BOSTON (CBS) — Nearly two dozen residents at a pair of triple-deckers were displaced by a fire Saturday night in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.
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The fire started at the rear of the homes on Woodcliff Street at 7 p.m., according to the Boston Fire Twitter page. The blaze was able to be put extinguished in under an hour.
Firefighters were also called to Dacia Street, where they quickly put out a fire at a one-story structure.READ MORE: Luis Santiago Charged In Dorchester Hit And Run That Left 11-Year-Old Francis Nedwell Seriously Hurt
No one was hurt. The American Red Cross was called in to help out 15 adults and seven children.
The fire chief estimated $150,000 worth of damages was done to one triple-decker and $50,000 to the other, and $50,000 in damage was done to the Dacia Street structure.MORE NEWS: Brockton High School Student Charged After Snapchat Post Prompts 'Stay In Place' Order
The origin and cause of the blaze is under investigation. No additional information was immediately available.