Indian Boundary Park field house sustains “substantial damage” in blaze
Firefighters have responded to a two-alarm fire at Indian Boundary Park field house at 2500 W. Lunt Ave. in West Rogers Park, according to a Sun-Times media wire.
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According to unconfirmed dispatch reports, an EMS Plan 2, which sends at least 10 ambulances to the scene, was called for the fire. A mayday alarm, indicating firefighters were unaccounted for, has been called off.
The Indian Boundary Park field house was completed in 1929 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. It was named a Chicago Landmark in 2005.
Update 2:48 p.m.: The Tribune reports two firefighters were hospitalized with heat-related injuries. They both are in good condition. The fire reportedly started in the upper level of the field house and caused “substantial damage,” including a partial collapse of the roof.