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A large police and fire presence can be expected around the building
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View of Willis Tower on February 26, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jeff Schear/Getty Images for Equity Office)
The Chicago Fire Department is warning the public about an emergency services drill that will take place this weekend in the area around Willis Tower in downtown.
In a public advisory released Wednesday, the department says that the drill will begin around 5 p.m. and could last until midnight. There will be a “large-scale” police and fire presence around the building, and radio traffic will sound like an actual emergency is taking place, but the public is assured that it is only a drill.
According to the fire department, numerous streets will be closed around the tower, including Franklin, Quincy, and Adams, during the drill.