Firefighters battle massive blaze at Chicago Flea Market

Firefighters Battle Massive Blaze at Chicago Flea Market

CHICAGO (WGN) -- Emergency crews are responding to Level 1 Hazmat fire at the Buyers Flea Market on Chicago's West Side.

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The fire started before 10 a.m. Tuesday as a two-alarm fire at 4545 W. Division St in West Humboldt Park.

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The fire has been progressively been upgraded since then. Just before noon is when it was upgraded to a Level 1 Hazmat.

WGN's SkyCam9 captured video of cars falling through the roof deck.

At this time, there are no reports of any injuries.

This is a developing story. Check back for details.

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