A fire at two Boston buildings went to five alarms Monday night and displaced 21 people. The fire scene was located only about 60 yards from a firehouse.
Firefighters contended with buildings in close proximity to one another, sub-freezing temperatures, and a heavy volume of fire, according to a report on boston.com (http://bo.st/UVquRA).
A hundred firefighters reportedly operated at the scene of the fire, which broke out at around 11:30 p.m. and was brought under control around 12:15 a.m.
Two residents were transported for smoke inhalation and no firefighters were injured.
Read additional details on the incident and view a video at http://bo.st/UVquRA.