BOSTON (CBS) — Twenty people have been displaced from their homes after a fire burned through one side of a four-story apartment building Friday morning in the Allston neighborhood of Boston.

Boston and Brookline Fire Departments responded to the fire at 90 Brainerd Road at 7:10a.m.

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Investigators say the fire was caused by an electrical shortage in a ceiling fan in one of the second floor apartments and quickly spread to the upper floors of the building.

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Two firefighters were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

Tully said the fire left an estimated $300,000 in damages.

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