Cicero companies responded to an industrial fire near Roosevelt and Laramie around 7PM and found a large, well involved building. Chicago companies also responded to a reported fire in the area and returned when it was confirmed that the fire was in Cicero. A header from the fire could be seen as far north as Morton Grove.
Josh Boyajian went to the fire and submitted several images and a description:
Cicero was toned out at around 7pm for a possible factory fire. While enroute there was a huge header visible for miles. Enigne 1 was was first on scene and requested a BOX. About 10 minutes later it was upgraded to a 2-11. Cicero Eng 1 was the first engine and Cicero Trk 2 was the first truck.Stickney Engine 1201 was the box engine and was suppling Engine 1. Stickney dropped their bed of 1,000 feet of 4″ to a Chicago hydrant on Roosevelt
A brief article in the Tribune can be found HERE.