Carrie Rengers

April 3, 2014 5:00 AM

Sweet Basil owner 'overwhelmed' with support following fire

Sweet Basil owner Charli Singh was in bed around 4 a.m. Wednesday when an alarm went off alerting him to a problem at his restaurant at 2424 N. Woodlawn. He says he figured it was a low battery or a similar nonissue that he could take care of quickly. He says that though the kitchen was "destroyed," firefighters were able to put out the blaze before structural damage occurred. Since then, Singh says he's felt a range of emotions, especially gratitude.

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