By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — One man is dead and another is in stable condition after a large fire in the 5100 block of West Grand Avenue in the city’s Belmont Cragin neighborhood Saturday night.

The Chicago Fire Department originally reported two people transported to hospitals. One victim was in critical condition and was taken to Community First Medical Center. The second was in serious condition and taken to West Suburban Medical Center.

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(Credit: CFD)

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Officials later said a man, identified as 81-year-old Venancio Delfino, died and another person was stabilized. A dog also died in the fire. One adult refused medical treatment.

Video of the fire showed flames coming out of the roof of a two-story building.

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Fire officials said the building was a total loss. They were, so far, unable to determine the cause of the fire as the building was unstable.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff