CHICAGO --A boy rescued from Lake Michigan Friday remains in the hospital but a family friend says the two-year-old is getting better. A relative also reports there signs that the baby's health is improving. The toddler's grandmother told the Chicago Sun-Times his brain, liver and kidneys are doing better. And her husband, who was also hospitalized, may come home sometime Monday The child was in a stroller when a strong wind blew him into Belmont Harbor.
The boy's grandfather had taken him for a walk. He dove into the water to try and save the boy and also had to be rescued.
The grandfather is in stable condition at Saint Joseph's Hospital.