Fire breaks out in Lake Meadows high-rise building

No injuries were reported and the fire was put out by 3:30 a.m. Friday.

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Crews responded to a fire Dec. 18 in Lake Meadows on the South Side.

Crews responded to a fire Dec. 18 in Lake Meadows on the South Side.

Chicago Fire Department

Fire crews responded to a blaze early Friday in a Lake Meadows high-rise building on the South Side.

The fire was contained to one unit on the 9th floor of a building in the 550 block of East 33rd Place, according to the Chicago Fire Department.

No injuries were reported and the fire was put out by 3:30 a.m., according to officials.

Warming buses were ordered as fire crews worked to return residents to the building.

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