Excerpts from abc7chicago.com:

Chicago firefighters rescued a disabled woman from a fire in a building in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood Monday night.Firefighters responded to the blaze in the two story at the intersection of 71st Street and South Chicago Avenue at about 8:30 p.m.

The first floor of the building is home to a house of worship, and there are apartments on the second floor.Firefighters said they had to pull a woman with disabilities from inside her apartment because she was unable to make it out on her own. Several other families were also displaced.

The cause of the fire is not yet known. An investigation is ongoing.

From Chicago Fire Media on Twitter:

S&B at 7130 S. South Chicago Ave. Going defensive. Will update as soon as possible

2-11 alarm at 7130 S. South Chicago Ave. 4 lines on fire. Defensive operations.

Chicago FD Media photo

Rescue st 2 11 by Truck 30. Handicapped individual on floor 2. Fire in a house of worship.

Chicago FD Media photo

Fire is in the Hebrew Ysraelite Cultural Center. No injuries are reported.