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Fire Spreads Through Glenwood Strip Mall

The fire spread to several other neighboring businesses



    Fire Spread to Nearby Businesses

    A fire broke out in south suburban Glenwood early Thursday morning. No one was hurt. (Published Thursday, April 7, 2011)

    A fire burned through a strip mall in south suburban Glenwood overnight Thursday. 

    The blaze started around 12:15 a.m. at 305 Glenwood Lansing Road, said Glenwood Police Chief Demetrius Cook. 

    The flames spread from Bolo and Lulu's Shark's Chicken and Fish restaurant to nearby businesses, including a daycare, hair salon and insurance company, Cook said. 

    Officials couldn't confirm reports of an explosion preceding the fire, he said. 

    No one was hurt.