(Reuters) - Search-and-rescue crews pulled two women and a dog from the rubble of a collapsed Chicago apartment building on Sunday night and were searching for more victims, fire officials said. The women, one in her 70s and another believed to be a young adult, were taken to hospital while about 100 fire personnel searched for others, Deputy District Chief Jeff Lyle of the Chicago Fire Department said. Fire officials believe there are no more trapped victims but are continuing their search to make sure, Lyle said. "We have a three-story residential building that pancaked," Lyle said. ...
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