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Crews put out a blaze Friday morning in the Gresham neighborhood | Justin Jackson/Sun-Times

Fire burns home to ground, spreads to others in Gresham

SHARE Fire burns home to ground, spreads to others in Gresham
SHARE Fire burns home to ground, spreads to others in Gresham

An home burned to the ground late Thursday in the South Side Gresham neighborhood.

About 11:50 p.m., emergency crews responded to the 7200 block of South Marshfield and worked on a blaze that spread from the unoccupied home to two adjacent homes, Chicago Police said.

No injuries were reported, and two people were possibly displaced, police said.

Authorities were investigating the source of the fire.

Crews put out a blaze Thursday night in the Gresham neighborhood | Justin Jackson/Sun-Times

Crews put out a blaze Thursday night in the Gresham neighborhood | Justin Jackson/Sun-Times

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