Dozens of firefighters responded Wednesday night to a two-alarm fire that raced through three attached row houses in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Baltimore Sun reports that (http://bsun.md/U7BRUP) the fire left the buildings’ rear facades badly charred and displaced several residents.
Firefighters responded to the scene at 7:40 p.m and found heavy fire on the third floor of one of the occupied homes. Crews began to attack the fire from the front and rear as flames spread to two adjacent homes, both of which were also occupied.
Baltimore Fire Department Captain Roman Clark said the fire was brought under control just before 9:30 p.m. There were no injuries.
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