Two teenagers were rescued from Lake Michigan after rip tides nearly pulled them under at Loyola Park.
Here is a portion of the story from CBS-2 Chicago:
Two teenage swimmers in distress were rescued from Lake Michigan after emergency crews responded Saturday morning in the North Side Rogers Park neighborhood.
Firefighters responded at 6:50 a.m. to a report of two people struggling in the water at 1115 W. Lunt Ave., police News Affairs Officer Laura Kubiak said.
When police Marine Patrol officers arrived one person had been pulled out of the water by firefighters, Kubiak said. Two divers searched for the second person, who firefighters pulled from the water at 7:25 a.m., Kubiak said.
The two swimmers, both 17 years old, were taken in good condition to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston, Fire Media Affairs said.
Read the entire CBS-2 story here: RIP TIDES