Small fire at CTA Red Line quickly put out

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A fire official described the fire as “mostly smoke.” | Network Video Productions.

A junction box that caught fire at the CTA Monroe-Red Line stop early Sunday was quickly struck out.

Firefighters responded to the call about 12:10 a.m. in the 120 block of South State, a Fire Media Affairs spokesman said.

The spokesman said the fire was “a bunch of smoke” and was primarily handled by CTA officials.

No injuries were reported.

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