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Boston Firefighters Make Multiple Rescues at Two-Alarm Fire

Multiple ladders thrown at Boston Fire Scene
Photo courtesy of Boston Fire Department PIO

Boston firefighters made multiple rescues during a two-alarm fire earlier this morning in the Beacon Hill section of the city.

According to the department’s Twitter feed, companies responding at around 7:30 a.m. found smoke showing from 98 Charles St. A second-alarm assignment was ordered at the five-story, attached, occupied building.

Crews had to deal with heavy smoke conditions at the 18-unit building, and several people were taken out by ground ladders and aerial ladder. One resident was transported.

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