Hawks Celebrate Second Cup in Four Years
Fans clad in the team's colors of red and black started streaming into the city early Friday and by mid-morning they were lined up along the parade route. Later fans streamed into Grant Park, where a huge throng of fans waited for players to speak.
The Chicago Fire Department says just a few people suffered heat-related health problems on what turned into a warm day. Department spokesman Larry Langford says 42 people had to be taken to area hospitals.
He also says 20 people jumped in nearby Lake Michigan - something they are not supposed to do - and firefighters made sure all 20 got out of the water.
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