HARVEY, Ill. (CBS) — Three children and seven adults were starting the New Year homeless after a fire late Thursday in south suburban Harvey.
Around 4:15 p.m., Harvey firefighters were called to the 15800 block of Lexington Avenue in Harvey and found a house engulfed in flames.READ MORE: Police Investigating 2 Fatal Shooting Incidents In West Pullman Less Than A Mile Apart
A total of three houses ended up getting damaged by the fast-spreading fire, the City of Harvey said.READ MORE: 9 Rogers Park Businesses Giving Out Free Seed Packets For Earth Day
Everyone escaped safely and no one was injured. The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago was notified.
The cause of the fire was under investigation late Thursday, the city said.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Coming To Old Town Thursday
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