Fire engulfs vacant building in Chatham

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Fire crews worked to put out a fire Saturday night in the Chatham neighborhood. Justin Jackson/Sun-Times

Fire crews worked for over an hour to put out a fire in a vacant building Saturday night in South Side Chatham.

Emergency crews responded to the fire about 10 p.m. in the 8200 block of South Indiana, according to Chicago Fire Media.

The Chicago Fire Department worked on a fire at a vacant building Saturday in the 8200 block of South Indiana. Chicago Fire Media

The Chicago Fire Department worked on a fire at a vacant building Saturday in the 8200 block of South Indiana. Chicago Fire Media

The building was vacant, and a collapsed roof made the building unsafe for entry, the department said.

The fire was extinguished and no injuries were reported.

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