Extra-Alarm Fire Breaks Out In South Side Building

The fire broke out on the back porches of a vacant apartment building

By Victoria Coleman
|  Friday, Jun 22, 2012  |  Updated 2:39 PM CDT
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The Chicago Fire Department responded Friday to an extra-alarm fire in the West Woodlawn neighborhood.
 
The fire broke out on the back porches of a three-story vacant apartment building, located in the 6200 block of South king Drive, according to the Chicago Tribune.
 
Chicago Fire Department officials told the publication the main fire was "knocked out" at about 1:50 p.m.
 
Soon after a call to send more fire department help to the scene was canceled.

No injuries were reported. 

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