July 6, 2022


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Vigil held for women found dead in Rogers Park apartment complex

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CHICAGO — A vigil was held Saturday for the 3 girls who died in the course of an early heat wave in a Rogers Park apartment intricate very last weekend.

The bodies of Janice Reed, Dolores McNeely and Gwendolyn Osborne ended up discovered at the James Sneider Residences.

The Cook County Clinical Examiner’s Workplace has yet to expose a bring about of loss of life, although many people WGN Information has spoken to reported apartment management did not change on air conditioning when temperatures soared previous week.

The management allegedly miscited a town ordinance, declaring they believed they could not flip on the air conditioning until eventually June 1.

The air conditioning was eventually turned on very last Saturday, the exact same working day the bodies of Reed, McNelly and Osborne were being found. Some models in the developing had temperatures above 100 degrees.

Maria Hadden, the 49th Ward Alderwoman, explained there is no necessity to maintain air conditioning off until finally June 1.

“Our ordinance is really crystal clear and claims you have to supply temperatures of 68 (degrees) as a result of June 1 and they do deal with heating and no exactly where says they have to have the warmth on until eventually June 1,” Hadden stated.

Hadden introduced a two-fold resolution in Metropolis Council past Monday, requesting a listening to held about the deaths although requesting the existence of condominium residents and management.

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