CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago fire officials said two firefighters sustained minor injuries while battling a still and box fire in the city's Roseland neighborhood.
The fire department said a two and a half story building in the 11500-block of South Michigan Avenue caught fire Thursday evening. The building was occupied but no occupants were injured, officials said.
The fire department is investigating the cause and origin of the fire. One family was displaced, the fire department said.
2 firefighters injured in Roseland still and box fire
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