No injuries in fire at multi-story Logan Square building

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No one was injured in a fire in Logan Square on the North Side.

Fire crews responded at 3 p.m. Saturday to the fire in the 3200 block of West North Avenue, the Chicago Fire Department said. They found the third floor of a three-story building ablaze, and struck out the fire at 3:32 p.m.

The fire department could not immediately provide an estimate of the damage. The Office of Fire Investigations is examining the case.

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