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One Seriously Injured in House Fire on Oberlin Street
Fires are a raging force of nature, and they can do extreme damage to objects as well as living things. A fire can get out of control quickly and cause harm to anyone or anything in its path. Since this is the case, we must all do our best to prevent fires from happening by practicing fire safety habits and not being negligent.

On June 6, a fire was reported to Worcester fire and police officials. The call came in around 7:30 p.m. with a report of a fire in the building at 15 Oberlin Street and residents were reported to be still inside. The first arriving firefighters from the Park Avenue station saw heavy flames on the second floor.

Firefighters rescued one victim who had sustained serious injuries. The victim was taken by ambulance to UMass Memorial Medical Center. After about 40 minutes, the fire was extinguished by crews. The Fire Investigation Unit was called to investigate. The building is a multi-unit home owned by BCR Properties.

Firefighters Respond to Fire at Factory
Holyoke firefighters responded to a fire early Thursday. The fire started in a paint booth inside a factor on North Bridge Street. The fire then spread to the roof.

The blaze at International Container Co. was reported at around 4 in the morning.

The fire was quickly put out from inside the building. The spray booth has a sprinkler system that was activated.

Update: Firefighters Injured in Building Fire
This is an update to a story we posted about last week.

At least 16 people were displaced as firefighters fought a blaze that engulfed three apartment buildings outside of Boston. This happened in Chelsea last Wednesday.

Two firefighters were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Smoking Cause of Fatal Mobile Home Fire
A mobile house fire was said to be caused by smoking. This fire that occurred in Orange, Massachusetts took the life of an elderly woman as well as her two dogs.

It was announced that 79-year-old Jane Peterson died in the fire.

There were no working smoke detectors in the house at the time and clutter may have helped the fire spread more quickly.

Witnesses Heard Bang Before House Went Up in Flames
A fire is being investigated that occurred on Madison Street in Taunton.

According to neighbors, they heard a loud bang then they saw a balcony on fire. This occurred at around 10 at night on Sunday.

The fire chief says there was no explosion, and Taunton firefighting crews were able to put out the fires fairly quickly.

Fire at Methuen Home Under Investigation
Crews responded to the scene of a fire that occurred at a home in Methuen, Massachusetts. This occurred on May 6 at 40 Timber Lane.

Methuen Police posted on their Twitter that there might have been an explosion, but this has not been confirmed yet.

Authorities are asking residents in the area to stay away as crews stay on the scene.