(CBS) — Four people suffered non-life-threatening injuries, including one man who jumped from a unit in a burning single room occupancy hotel on Chicago’s West Side.

WBBM’s Mike Krauser reports the fire broke out at about 7:30 a.m. at the four-story JR Plaza Hotel at Jackson and Sacramento.

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Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford says one person jumped before firefighters arrived.

“They were on the fire floor, the third floor, came out a window and hit the soft ground, so amazingly they survived the jump and are now listed as being in stable condition,” Langford said.

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It is believed the fire started in a unit on the third floor and spread to the hallway. About two dozen people had been displaced.