Chicago officers save residents from fire

By Jason Meisner
Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — Two Chicago police officers rescued more than a dozen residents from a burning South Side building overnight.

Gresham District Officer Richard Griffin and his rookie partner, Officer Steven Sanders, were on their way to a call at about 1 a.m. when they spotted smoke pouring from the large four-story building at the corner of Halsted and 76th Streets.

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