"Chicago Fire" is in need of some Chicagoland talent.
The popular television series is looking for adults and children to film a scene at the Illinois Railway Museum at 7000 Olson Road in Union.
Shooting will begin Friday and continue through Oct. 10, but the show will not film on the weekend.
The reported 150 extras will be featured in a so-called “accident scene” as victims, pedestrians, workers, and more.
Producer John Roman said the crew is looking for people who live in the western suburbs, according to planitnorthwest.com.
Those interested are asked to send photographs of themselves to email@example.com with the subject line "five day." Prospective extras should include in the email height, weight, age, phone number and profession.
Casting is ongoing through Oct. 2.