A fire inside a grocery store was raised to a fourth alarm. (CBS).

A fire inside a grocery store was raised to a fourth alarm. (CBS).

(CBS) — A grocery story in the western suburbs was reduced to rubble after a massive four-alarm fire Tuesday.

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The fire broke out late Tuesday morning at Durango grocery store, 1651 Mannheim Road. The building also had several apartments and a laundry.

Firefighters used multiple lines to pour water into the front and sides of the building. A tower ladder was battling the blaze on the roof.

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It took at least two hours to contain the flames. No one was injured – small consolation to the family that ran the grocery store. They say it’s a great loss for the community.

“It’s unbelievable. It’s a business that we’ve had for 22 years. It’s our livelihood, it’s literally what we’ve known and this is where all my parents have worked all their life,” Hernan Rivera told CBS 2.

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Firefighters from several surrounding suburbs were called to put out the fire.