CHICAGO (CBS) — Flames shot out of a ninth floor apartment in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
Firefighters arrived on the scene at 555 East 33rd Place around 3:00 a.m. The fire sent several residents out into the cold, alarmed and frightened.READ MORE: One Person Missing, Three Rescued From Lake Michigan In Evanston Amid Dangerous Rip Currents
“The fire was real bad. It was gushing. It was flaming. The glass was still popping out. We didn’t know what happened,” said building resident Dionne Boyd.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Last Weekend Of Summer May Be Among Nicest
No one was hurt and investigators haven’t yet said what caused the fire.MORE NEWS: Artists Who Struggled Mightily Amid Pandemic Hope To Make Up For Lost Time At West Loop Art Fest
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