CHICAGO (CBS)– A fire in an Arlington Heights apartment building sent residents into the freezing cold overnight.

Smoke was seen billowing out of a unit in the building near Rand and Arlington Heights roads.

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A resident told CBS 2 alarms went off around midnight.

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“The building there was fully engulfed, flames were about 20-feet high,” the resident said.

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The amount of people displaced by the fire is unknown at this time.

Source: CBS Chicago

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