CHICAGO (CBS) — Firefighters extinguished an extra-alarm home hearth Saturday night within the Brighton Park neighborhood.
Chicago Fireplace Division officers mentioned flames had been coming from the rear porch on the primary flooring of a two-story residence at 3402 S. Western Av., and had unfold to a neighboring constructing.
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2-11 has been struck out, corporations chasing sizzling spots, and rehabbing, No accidents reported at the moment 4-1-8. pic.twitter.com/rRWZ8T4Ybw
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A 2-11 response was referred to as for the blaze, bringing in additional crews and tools to comprise the flames.
Officers mentioned the fireplace was extinguished round 7:20 p.m., though crews remained on the scene to control sizzling spots.
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No accidents had been reported.