CHICAGO (CBS) — Firefighters extinguished an extra-alarm house fire Saturday evening in the Brighton Park neighborhood.
Chicago Fire Department officials said flames were coming from the rear porch on the first floor of a two-story home at 3402 S. Western Av., and had spread to a neighboring building.
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A 2-11 response was called for the blaze, bringing in extra crews and equipment to contain the flames.
Officials said the fire was extinguished around 7:20 p.m., although crews remained on the scene to keep an eye on hot spots.
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No injuries were reported.