Fire breaks out during SWAT raid
December 9, 2009 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- SWAT team members were serving a search warrant at a home on Chicago's South Side when a fire suddenly broke out.
A SWAT team arrived around 7 a.m. Wednesday morning at a building in the 100-block of 111th Street. That's in the Roseland neighborhood.
Authorities say they announced they were serving a warrant in a basement home when a carpet fire broke out about the same time.
Residents say they heard a loud bang and were told to leave the building.
Authorities have not said what they were looking for.
Chicago Police have one person is in custody.
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