Multi-Alarm Fires in Boston Displace 65

Multi-Alarm Fires in Boston Displace 65

More than 65 people were without a home after three different fires in Roxbury and West Roxbury broke out. These fires happened on Saturday morning. There were no serious injuries reported, but the property damage was expensive.

Firefighters arrive at the scene in West Roxbury at around 6 in the morning to find a fire at a three-story apartment building. This ended up being a six-alarm fire. Around 34 residents were displaced.

This fire happened at almost the same time as a two-alarm fire in Roxbury on Groom Street.

Another fire occurred overnight at 55 Dale Street in Roxbury. This fire displaced 19 people.

Fires can impact people’s lives in many ways. They can leave them with loss of their homes as well as with serious injuries. Burn injuries can be particularly painful.

At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we know that fires caused by the negligent actions of other people can be severely devastating. If you’re dealing with burn injuries, we want to help you seek recovery.

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