Security preparations continue for NATO Summit
CHICAGO -- You probably don't want to plan a trip to Chicago this weekend.
Security preparations continued on Wednesday for the NATO Summit.
On Wednesday afternoon, crews installed black metal fencing around McCormick Place.
Once it is complete, only police and Secret Service will have access.
Parking bans are also in place.
Many roads in the south loop will be closed.
Several businesses even boarded up their windows as a precaution.
The Summit begins on Sunday.