By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — A fire broke out Thursday evening in a residential building in West Town.

The Fire Department called a still-and-box alarm for equipment and manpower for the fire at 2719 W. Augusta Blvd.

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Flames were seen shooting from the roof of the multi-unit building.

Crews could be seen high on a ladder battling the flames in the frigid temperatures.

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The Fire Department told us the fire was on the second floor of the building. NO one was hurt.

At last check, officials said the fire was struck out,

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The cause of the fire was under investigation late Thursday.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff