Firefighters respond to garage fire at Gold Coast nursing home
November 15, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago fire investigators are trying to determine what caused a car to catch fire near a Gold Coast nursing home.
The car was located in the lower level parking garage of the Warren N. Barr Pavilion nursing home at 66 West Oak Street.
At least five ambulances were called to the home as a precaution after the fire triggered the building's sprinkler system.
The fire was put out in a matter of minutes.
No injuries were reported.
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