Officials investigate extra-alarm fire in Little Village
January 31, 2006 (WLS) -- Chicago's Bomb and Arson Squad is investigating a fire that damaged several storefronts in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood Tuesday morning.
Flames tore through a bakery and dress shop at 26th and Pulaski. The front walls of the building collapsed. Three buildings were burned in the fire.
There were reports that someone was trapped inside but after a search of the rubble, firefighters did not find anyone. Investigators will search again Wednesday.
"The primary concern now is to see if anyone is still in the structure. Again, we do have a report that one person is unaccounted for," said Langford.
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