Firefighters battle warehouse blaze on South Side
May 3, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Firefighters battled a warehouse blaze at 12653 South Doty in Chicago Thursday night.
The fire, which happened at the All Star Professional Coating Company, quickly spread through the storage building as paint cans exploded.
Crews at a nearby firehouse spotted the blaze and responded.
There are no hydrants in the remote area, which hampered efforts to control the blaze. However, there were no injuries, according to officials.
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