Over 150 firefighters respond to Fuller Park fire that displaced 8, burned 7 buildings

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CHICAGO Eight people have been displaced and seven buildings have burned in a fire in the city’s Fuller Park neighborhood Thursday morning, according to Chicago fire officials.

Chicago fire officials said no injuries were reported in the fire that burned seven total structures in the 4900 block of South Princeton Avenue. Four pets were rescued from the scene and are being attended to by EMS personnel.

Chicago fire officials said four adult dogs and four small puppies were rescued from the fire. The owner of the dogs said that two dogs and one puppy are currently missing.

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