FIRE PHOTOS: Chicagoans on Clark Street Tweet Pics of Roadhouse 66 Bar During Extra Alarm Fire


Chicago firefighters responded about 4:50 p.m. Friday to a fire at Roadhouse 66, 3330 Clark Street. The fire was believed to have communicated to the building to the south at 3328 North Clark Street — Jimmy John’s restaurant is located in the first floor of that building. Samah Hookah Lounge is also listed at 3330 NOrth Clark Street.

The fire was elevated to a 3-11 Alarm at about 5:45 p.m.

Fire photo from Chicago Fire Department media.

Photo down the street from Kyle McAdams.

Alesha Beales said she could feel the heat through the walls of the CTA Red Line train car and alerted ABC 7 Chicago about her photo via Twitter.

Closer view by the Belmont stop of the Red Line by Alesha Bales.

ABC 7 Chicago photo of the fire from an aerial shot near Clark Street and School.

Photo from Brian Malone showing Jimmy John’s. The Jimmy John’s at 3328 North Clark Street showed heavy fire coming from the front and rear of its building.

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