Every downtown worker’s worst winter nightmare came true for one well-known political consultant as he was strolling through Chicago’s Loop early Tuesday.
A baseball-sized chunk of ice from a nearby residential high-rise fell and hit Dan Curry as he was walking on his way to meet his boss near Washington and Wells around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Curry told NBC Chicago he initially felt like he had been hit with a baseball or hockey puck.
“The thing that really scared me was that there was a lot of blood, and I reached up and my hands were filled with blood and there was blood all over the place,” Curry told NBC.
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