Ammonia, bleach in bathtub sicken firefighters, resident
January 21, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Five Chicago firefighters and one resident were treated Monday for ''respiratory distress.''
Officials say they were overcome by fumes from ammonia and bleach in a bathtub at a home in the 8100- block of South Campbell. The firefighters originally responded a furnace fire, which was quickly put out.
One other firefighter was hurt when he slipped on ice.
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