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    • Boy, 16, killed at The Bean during meetup; Lightfoot bans unaccompanied teens from park after 6 PM Thu-Sun (ABC)
    • 2 killed in rollover accident on Eisenhower Expressway near Illinois Medical District (ABC)
    • 1 dead after truck driver falls off Chinatown feeder ramp to Dan Ryan Expressway (ABC)
    • Police: 2 hospitalized after school bus driver has medical emergency on DLSD, leading to pileup (ABC)
    • Chicago firefighters rescue 2 from Metra tracks in separate incidents (CBS)
    • CPD shared a photo of SUV whose driver seriously injured a bike rider in Portage Park (Fox)
    • Buick sedan driver struck and injured bike rider, 62, at Wilson/Lincoln in Lincoln Square (Block Club)
    • West Loop’s Madison Street safety plan would add raised intersections, but no bikeways (Block Club)
    • Lifelong CTA rider: "I invite some of their executives to ride their buses and trains for a week or two" (Tribune)
    • Neighbors opposed Bally's casino ped bridge at Thursday meeting, Bally's chair said they'd scrap that idea (Tribune)

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