Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze Sunday morning in South Chicago.
The fire began a little before 4:40 a.m. near East 89th Street and South Houston Avenue, impacting multiple buildings, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
2-11 Alarm Fire on 89th & Houston has multiple involved structures. Buildings are occupied. There are no injuries or transports at this time. No Further Info at this time 4-1-10. pic.twitter.com/5gYQByfKut— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) November 22, 2020
No injuries were reported, officials said.
The fire was extinguished about 6:30 a.m., according to the department.
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