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Firefighters said Carliysia died huddled inside a closet, trying to use her body to shield a younger sibling from the flames.The children’s mother, Shamaya Coleman, broke several bones jumping from the window.
Shamaya Coleman (right) and her boyfriend Nate Johnson (left) jumped from the window of Coleman’s third-floor apartment after a fire started early Monday. (Photo supplied to CBS 2) Langford told WBBM Newsradio’s Bernie Tafoya an initial investigation by the Office of Fire Investigations determined the fire likely turned fatal because the front door to the third-floor apartment had been left open, allowing the fire to to spread into the living room from the hallway.
Langford said fire investigators were told the children woke up the adults after discovering the fire, but were unable to get out, because the fire blocked their escape. Flames came into the living room area, and once the living room ignited, it cut off the escape through the back door, leaving the occupants with no way to get out except the windows,” he said.
These violations included missing smoke detectors in various locations at the 1122 S.
Vernon buildings and missing carbon monoxide detectors at the 11242 S.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Four children were killed and two adults were seriously injured in an apartment fire early Monday in the Roseland neighborhood.
CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports the first 911 call came in shortly before a.m. “The companies were here in approximately three minutes.Vernon building,” spokeswoman Mimi Simon said in an email.“The Department of Buildings also responded to a heat complaint on March 14, 2014 that led to 21 violations.” The March code violations were being processed by the city’s Department of Administrative Hearings, and the next date in the case was scheduled for next month.Johnson initially was in critical condition and remains critical as of Monday afternoon.Witnesses said Coleman and Johnson were screaming for help before they leapt from the window.Although two neighbors said the back door to the third-floor apartment was broken, a Fire Department spokesman said investigators determined the residents could have used it to escape if they could have reached it, but the fire blocked their path to the back door.“We didn’t see anything to keep them from getting out the back door, if they could have made it to the back door; but because the living room was involved in fire, they could not,” Langford said.“My nieces and nephews gone now; they was great kids, and they will be missed,” their uncle, Calvin Clark said. Their aunt, Monica Coleman, asked for prayers for her sister. You know, my sister has lost four of her children, and we just need prayers. Firefighters said the residents of all other units in the building were able to escape unhurt.“We’re going to get through this, but they’re gone now.” Calvin Clark said his oldest niece, Carliysia, was ranked number 3 in her class at Phillips. The American Red Cross said at least 36 people lived in the building.Upon arrival, we had heavy fire blowing out the second and third floor windows of this building, and two adults were on the ground.They apparently had jumped from the third floor window,” Assistant Deputy Fire Commissioner Michael Fox said.