CHICAGO (CBS) — Authorities said a mid rise fire engulfed the rooftop of a building on Chicago’s near North Side.
CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reports from the scene where the Chicago Fire Department worked to put the blaze out.READ MORE: Man On Tracks Fatally Struck By UP-West Metra Train Near Oak Park
It happened in a building located on Clark Street and Chicago Avenue. The building houses retail on the bottom floor and apartment buildings on the top floor.
CFD reported no injuries stemming from the fire.
The incident started before 11:00 Wednesday morning.
Authorities said the fire was in the decking on the roof and that fire did not get inside the building.
The cause of the blaze is still being investigated.READ MORE: Man With Gunshot Wounds Dies After Car Crashes Into House In Golden Gate
S and B Main address is 108 west Chicago. Fire was in decking on the roof. Fire did not get into the building. Put out quickly no injuries. Cause under investigation pic.twitter.com/SUM77k3jjB
— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) June 16, 2021
114 west Chicago. Ave still and box now struck. Fire on roof now under control. pic.twitter.com/B9uQOfK5PB
— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) June 16, 2021MORE NEWS: Lollapalooza Clean Up Underway In Grant Park Amid COVID Concerns