|Fire engulfed a 4 story apartment building in Edgewater on May 27.|
|Fire command keeps tabs on each apartment|
These families can be thankful to be alive. Neighbors witnessed tenants tossing babies from windows.
One tenant jumped from a window, breaking an arm.
In all over a dozen people went to the hospital, including firefighters and a police office, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The fire started on the third floor.
|Good samaritan Mark Blackburn|
Few of those residents displaced pointed Mark out as someone who was below when a mother was dropping her children from a window on the second floor.
Afterward Mark said he though he had caught about 5 kids. ESPN intern Lauren Klopmeyer called him a "hero," on twitter.
|Firefighter on Truck 47|
As of 1 PM, the fire had been extinguished and residents wondering where they're going to sleep tonight.
Update - 2:40 PM: Boo on the city. Red Cross is on scene, but Chicago Department of Human Services is not. 20 residents are displaced and Red Cross needs help from the city for transport of these displaced residents.