Chicago Fire Hydrants head to auction

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You’ve probably seen gigantic fire hydrants all over Chicago.

They’re part of the 100 Club of Chicago’s great Chicago Fire Hydrants public art project to raise money for families of first responders killed in the line of duty.

Joe Ahern, CEO of the 100 Club, and artist Ken Klopack  spoke with WGN News about how you could become an owner of one of these works of art.

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