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Fake Plane Crash Fools Chicago Residents, Local Television Station

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DNAinfo/Geoff Ziezulewicz
DNAinfo/Geoff Ziezulewicz

Story by Geoff Ziezulewicz, courtesy DNAinfo.com Chicago:

BRONZEVILLE — Some Chicagoans, including one local TV station, were duped by what looked like a small plane crash in the middle of South King Drive on Friday morning.

The plane crash turned out to be a prop being used for the filming an episode of "Chicago Fire" beginning around 8 a.m., but it looked real enough to many onlookers.

"I thought it was a plane crash, for real for real," said Anaisha Pearson, 14, who spotted the plane wreckage on the 3000 block of South King Drive.

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