No one hurt in blaze at Nabisco bakery on Southwest Side

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No one was hurt in a small fire Sunday afternoon at the Nabisco bakery on the Southwest Side.

The fire was reported at the bakery in the 7300 block of South Kedzie at 2:32 p.m., according to Chicago Fire Department Cmdr. Curtis Hudson.

Crews arrived four minutes later and found a small fire under a conveyor belt, Hudson said. The blaze was quickly extinguished.

No injuries were reported and the bakery was not evacuated, Hudson said.

Mondelez International operates the Chicago Lawn neighborhood plant, which produces Chips Ahoy and Oreo Cookies, among other snack products.

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