A highrise in the South Shore neighborhood of Chicago caught fire on Thursday morning.
The fire department received a call about the fire at around 9:30 am and responded immediately.
The fire started on the 10th floor, but the smoke and heat damaged the floors above that unit.
However, firefighters were able to put out the fire from the outside before entering the building.
Fortunately, there were no injuries, and everyone in the building was safe.
Fire officials said that they were able to make announcements on the P.A.
system and hook into the standpipe.
They were concerned about people inside their units, but they did not have any emergency evacuations.
The cause of the fire has not been determined yet.
Firefighters are evaluating their safety procedures to prevent future incidents.