1 injured in extra-alarm fire in Ravenswood

Fire officials responded to the blaze in the 5000 block of North Clark Street after 5 a.m.

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One person was injured in a fire April 23, 2022, in Ravenswood.

One person was injured in a fire April 23, 2022, in Ravenswood.

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One person was injured in an extra-alarm fire early Saturday morning in Ravenswood on the North Side.

Firefighters responded to the blaze in the 5000 block of North Clark Street shortly after 5 a.m., according to the Chicago Fire Department. About 9 a.m. the main body of the fire was reported struck out.

A person injured in the fire was taken to Weiss Hospital in fair condition, fire officials said.

Chicago fire officials are investigating the cause of the fire.

Chicago firefighters work at the scene of an extra-alarm fire Saturday morning in Ravenswood.

Chicago firefighters work at the scene of an extra-alarm fire Saturday morning in Ravenswood.

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Chicago firefighters survey the damage at the scene of an extra-alarm fire Saturday in Ravenswood.

Chicago firefighters survey the damage at the scene of an extra-alarm fire Saturday in Ravenswood.

Pat Nabong/Sun-Times

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