09/23/2011 09:49 am ET | Updated Nov 23, 2011

Feds Blame Department For Deaths Of Two Chicago Firefighters

A federal investigation into the blaze that killed two Chicago firefighters last December says lack of communication, lack of radios and lack of a vacant-building marking program contributed to the deaths.

The report by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health gave a list of key recommendations to the fire department in July, pointing to contributing factors to the two deaths and dozen other injuries.

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