Boston Fire Department
Firefighters are attempting to knock down a fire at the Commuter Rail tracks of the Forest Hills station in Boston.
Fire officials said they will investigate the blaze along with Boston police and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office, which is standard protocol.
Boston Fire reminded residents to change their smoke-detector batteries when they move their clocks forward this weekend.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
A Boston fire engine struck a Green Line MBTA trolley, causing delays on the E Line Tuesday morning.
Boston firefighters knocked down the flames on Friday night, though 12 people were displaced by the fire.
One construction worker died and another was critically injured after falling from a porch.
Boston firefighters knocked down a three-alarm fire Sunday morning in a brick building with multiple apartments.
A woman was hospitalized Saturday afternoon after she was hit by an MBTA Orange Line train.
A Boston Fire Department district chief was indicted Thursday on charges related to schemes he allegedly used to profit from vendors.