update 8PM: The Chicago Tribune has a photo gallery HERE with several images submitted by neighbors including the four shown below:
Also from the Chicago Tribune:
Staff report2:49 p.m. CDT, August 27, 2011A 2-11 alarm was called this afternoon for a blaze on the North Side.The extra alarm was called around 2 p.m. for a building on the 800 block of West Cornelia Avenue, bringing more than 100 firefighters to the scene, according to preliminary information from Fire Media Affairs.
Before this alarm was struck out, it was elevated to a 3-11 and there was an EMS Plan I.
About 3 p.m. the alarm was raised to a 3-11 alarm, and added an Emergency Medical Services Plan 1 mostly as a precaution, said fire spokesman Quention Curtis.
At least one firefighter was checked over because of the extreme heat, but there were no immediate reports of other injuries, he said.
The fire has affected at least two buildings, including one 3-story courtyard apartment building.
The Tribune posted a submitted video HERE.