An extra-alarm fire broke out Wednesday at a warehouse on the Far South Side.
The blaze was reported about 8:43 p.m. at a two-story building in the 11900 block of South Avenue O, Chicago police and fire officials said.
The incident was upgraded to a three-alarm fire, and the building’s roof collapsed, officials said. A HazMat team was called to monitor some propane containers on the scene.
No injuries were reported, and the blaze was extinguished by 11 p.m., according to police and fire officials.
Erdogan’s government vetoed Sweden’s bid to join NATO and purchased Russian missile-defense systems. But it also helped broker a crucial deal that allowed Ukrainian grain shipments and averted a global food crisis.
Oscar Montes and another man were seen on a police surveillance camera striking a man seated in a car late Friday in the 2300 block of South Washtenaw Avenue, police say.
Russia launched the attack overnight Saturday with Iranian-made Shahed drones, a senior Kyiv military official said. The attack lasted more than five hours, with air defense reportedly shooting down more than 40 drones.
Chicago historically records surges of shootings on Memorial Day weekend with the unofficial start of summer.
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About nine months into operating the clinic for asylum seekers, Cook County Health is facing at least a $40 million drop in revenue this year. A number of financial woes are colliding.