Tim Olk is on the scene of a 3-11 Alarm fire on Chicago’s southside and sent in this quick image showing fire on the 4th and 5th floors of an apartment building:

The Chicago Tribune reports:

Firefighters were battling a 3-11 alarm blaze in a five-story condominium building in the Morgan Park neighborhood this afternoon.

The fire began in the building at 2030 W. 111th St. a little before 2:30 p.m. It was raised to a 2-11 alarm about 2:45 p.m. and to a 3-11 alarm about 3 p.m. An EMS Plan 1, which sends six ambulances to the scene, also was called for the fire.

Fire officials called a Mayday alert for a lost or trapped firefighter, but the alert was “secured,” according to the Chicago Fire Department’s media office.

Chicago 2-11 Alarm fire 11-24-12

Firefighters attacking fire on the 4th and 5th floors of a building at 2030 W. 111th Street. Tim Olk photo

The Tribune article is HERE.