Boy dies in wall collapse at Chicago’s Logan Square park

Boy dies in wall collapse at Chicago’s Logan Square park

Parks Director: No safety signs for wall on North Branch of Chicago Lake

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By Joseph P. Russo

Chicago Sun-Times

A park official said the only safety sign that will be in the area of the Chicago River’s crossing with North Branch will have arrows pointing into the river.

A Chicago River Park board meeting was postponed Friday at a staff meeting after a woman passed out and became entangled in one of the park’s signs. Officials closed part of the Chicago River Crnatyasastra.comossing to traffic Friday morning in the park’s western section.

“Please be respectful at this important public space,” said Dawn Staggs, director of business operations for the Logan Square park, while trying to keep the attention of visitors away from the intersection of North Branch Drive and North Oak Park Lane. “A woman in her 40s fell about 10 feet into one of the signs that is there at this location. It is very unusual to have a woman pass out during this time.”

Dawn Staggs, director of business operations for the Logan Square park, said a woman passed out during a committee meeting Friday at Logan Square Park where officials were deciding whether a wall be installed at the intersection with the Chicago River that crosses North Branch Drive.

Officials from Chicago Waterworks have been working to replace the Chicago River Bridge that runs under the park’s western side.

Waukegan officials said they did not plan a concrete or metal barrier to protect against the slide into the river on Sept. 20.

The bridge’s steel and concrete design will require extensive removal after the collapse to be repaired and that a wall could help keep the bridge’s bottom unstable. The bridge has been placed in service.

The Chicago Department of Safety said the agency will be looking at removing or adding to the railing that supports a portion of the Chicago River crossing over the river into the park.

The Chicago Fire Department was able to shut down the North Branch Bridge and replace it with a temporary safety ramp. The Chicago Park District was unable to make the temporary ramp for safety reasons, according to the agency.

“Our crews do every day what they can to repair and reroute traffic flow at the바카라사이트 bridge and we appreciate the continued cooperation of park visitors to keep North Branch flowing freely through the park,” said Dan Johnson, Chicago Department of Transportation spokesman. “In addition, we’ve deployed our dedicated emergency communications and safety personnel and we’re workin

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