CHICAGO (WLS) --Two people were injured Thursday afternoon in a fire that jumped from one building to another.
The fire started in the 900-block of N. St. Louis, near Augusta, and spread to a neighboring building. The Chicago Fire Department sent several trucks and five ambulances to the scene.
The fire was extinguished around 1:15 p.m. Eight adults and seven children were displaced.
Still & Box @ St Louis & Augusta,has been struck out on the orders of 2-2-4...rm— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) March 2, 2017
STILL AND BOX is 951 north Augusta and now a PLAN 1 EMS response ordered FOR 5 AMBOS— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) March 2, 2017
St Louis and Augusta a still and box for two buildings burning.— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) March 2, 2017