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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Firefighters battle massive blaze at Chicago Flea Market
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No injuries at flea market fire so far. Mutiple master streams and multiversal many cars will be lost

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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