Cook County jail heat goes out in Tier 4 ; inmates moved
November 26, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Problems with the heat have forced inmates at Cook County Jail to move out of a tier.
Jail officials say crews are now working to get the heat working in Tier 4 of the jail.
Because the wintry temperatures created chilly conditions in that part of the jail, authorities moved the prisoners to another area of the jail.
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