Uptown in the News
November 13, 2003
A four-alarm fire ravaged a North Side apartment building killing one and injuring 10 early Wednesday morning.
The fire, which was reported just before 3:30 a.m., left one woman dead, 10 injured---including three firefighters--- and perhaps up to 100 tenants homeless in the four-story, E-shaped brick building. Fire officials had not yet determined a cause later Wednesday, but Fire Commissioner James Joyce said investigators were focusing on a rear third-floor apartment as the point where the blaze started.
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