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Marina Squerciati, Patrick John Flueger & More Reunite for a Real One Chicago Crossover
They were also joined by Chicago Med's Nick Gehlfuss and Torrey DeVitto, and Chicago Fire's Joe Minoso, and Kara Killmer.
The One Chicago fam just reunited for a good cause!
On October 22, Chicago P.D. star Marina Squerciati (Kim Burgess) attended an event at The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, which took place at an exhibit called The Blue Paradox, and it was to explore the impacts of human plastic pollution in oceans.
Along with her was fellow Chicago P.D. star Patrick John Flueger (Adam Ruzek), and former Chicago Med actors Nick Gehlfuss (Will Halstead) and Torrey DeVitto (Natalie Manning). Also attending were Chicago Fire's Kara Killmer (Sylvie Brett) and Joe Minoso (Joe Cruz).
Check out the exciting pictures from the event, below.
One Chicago stars all get together at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry
In the snapshots, Squerciati and Flueger posed together before we catch a glimpse of the squad all standing in the blue-lit exhibit, looking fascinated.
"Good Friends + A Good Cause = An Evening at The Blue Paradox. I hope you can visit Chicago and see the exhibit and do a deep dive into the impact of plastic pollution in our oceans. There are actions (big and small!) that we can make. I'll be honest, sometimes I get overwhelmed by the planet crisis, but this exhibit made me feel inspired; like I could do some good here," Squerciati captioned the post.
Meanwhile, DeVitto is also passionate about the environment.
"Feeling inspired after visiting #TheBlueParadox at @msichicago last night! 🌊 Let’s lower our plastic footprint, together. This immersive and educational exhibit created by @scj in partnership with @conservationorg 🌍 needs to be seen to believe!" she wrote on her post. We also get to see DeVitto with her arm around Killmer while wearing a striking black jumpsuit and Killmer looking lovely in a soft cream dress.
Killmer also had a lot to say about how we should help the earth as well.
"My hubby, @andrewcheney, and I had an enlightening evening at @msichicago to see #theblueparadox exhibit. It was a delightful night discussing the impact of our use of plastics and it’s impact on our oceans and our health. Thank you, @torreydevitto and @marinasqu for inviting me! And thank you, Dr. Patricia Ward, of MSI and Gabe Cleek, of @scj for stimulating conversation and proactive ideas on how to work with @conservationorg to keep our oceans alive and beautiful!! Everyone should go check it out!" she wrote in her post.