New Documentary Explores the Deadliest Day in Chicago's History

The 104th anniversary of the Eastland Disaster brings with it a new television documentary that shows justice was never served for those who died.

More than 800 people drowned when a steamship called the Eastland capsized in the Chicago River. The tragedy occurred 104 years ago this week. The new documentary sheds light on the disaster and the aftermath, specifically that the owners of the ship knew it wasn't safe and that they were never brought to justice for their negligence.

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