Firefighters responded early Monday to a fire that went to four alarms in the Boston-area city of Somerville, Massachusetts.
According to NBC Boston, a car fire extended to two structures. A total of 17 residents were displaced and a total of three buildings sustained damage. Companies from helsea, Cambridge, and Everett assisted in the response.
A neighbor took this video of the fire on Jackson Rd in Somerville this morning. A man who was living in one of the homes says he believes everyone got out safely. #Boston25 pic.twitter.com/Fn51Ct3GpU— Kelly Sullivan (@ksullivannews) October 28, 2019
Somerville Fire Chief Charles Breen told Boston 25 News that when crews arrived at the scene Jackson Road, a car in the driveway between the two homes was engulfed in flames and then spread to the buildings.