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Multiple Rescues at Cambridge Apartment Fire

Several people rescued off balconies


(Cambridge Fire Department photo)


HighRise Ops Staff

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – Approximately 30 people are displaced, and several have been rescued after a fire in an apartment building on Concord Avenue Wednesday morning.

Firefighters responded at approximately midnight to 14 Concord Avenue for fire on the third floor.

Firefighters made several rescues of occupants on their balconies.

No serious injuries were reported.

The four-alarm fire was brought under control in a little over and hour.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.



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