CHICAGO — Firefighters rescued a person from underneath a CTA Inexperienced Line practice on the West Aspect Wednesday afternoon.
Firefighters had been known as to the practice close to the Laramie cease in South Austin round 2:30 p.m. and used jacks to boost the automobile a number of inches and pull the person out, Chicago Hearth Division spokesman Larry Langford mentioned. It was unclear how he received there.
The person was speaking and alert when paramedics introduced him to Stroger Hospital. His situation wasn’t made accessible.
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“He is very fortunate man,” Langford mentioned.
Inexperienced Line service was suspended between Harlem and Ashland/Lake from about 2:30 to three:45 p.m. There have been some delays after that, the CTA mentioned.
ABC7 Chicago contributed to this report.
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