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Dawn Patrol: Blue Line derails at O'Hare; Crash survivors in hospital

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  • Jeffrey Bronken of Round Lake died in a small plane crash Saturday morning which left his daughter and her friend hospitalized.

      Jeffrey Bronken of Round Lake died in a small plane crash Saturday morning which left his daughter and her friend hospitalized.

 
 

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Service on the CTA Blue Line between O'Hare and Rosemont has been temporarily suspended due to a derailment that occurred shortly after 3 a.m. at O'Hare. Bus service is available to provide service between the two stops. Trains are only operating between Rosemont and Forest Park and service is expected to be suspended for several hours.

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Weather

It will be another cold, partly sunny day today, with temperatures hovering around 20 degrees when you walk out the door this morning. The high will be about 36 degrees. At least an inch of snow is expected to fall tonight starting around 10 p.m.

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