CHICAGO (CBS) — One bungalow was destroyed and two other homes were damaged in an early Saturday morning fire on the border of the Hermosa and Kelvyn Park neighborhoods on the West Side.
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2-11 at 4637 W Montana st. Per 2-1-5, Three lines on
(Con't) 2 of 2
the original 25×50 no injuries all companies working pic.twitter.com/MlnEuvlIE2
— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) November 9, 2019
The homes are located in the 4600 block of West Montana Street.
Alaida Depray said her family has lived in one of the nearby homes damaged since 1966. Her mother, who is 93 years old, still lives there. She said a young couple lives in the house that was destroyed by the fire and had been working hard to fix it up “and make that house beautiful.”
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The cause of the fire was not immediately known.