BOSTON (CBS) — Boston firefighters responded to a fire at a two-family home in West Roxbury Saturday morning. The department said one person, in particular, helped get crews to the scene fast.
“A big THANK YOU to the resident that ran to alert firehouse #55 of the blaze at 5081 Washington St. this morning,” Boston Fire tweeted. “Your efforts made the silver lining of a bad situation.”READ MORE: 'Something To Be Aware Of': Mass. Residents React To Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Pause
A big THANK YOU to the resident that ran to alert firehouse #55 of the blaze at 5081 Washington St. this morning. Your efforts made the silver lining of a bad situation. All residents are safe. Thank you to @BostonSparks who always show to help our companies maintain for duty pic.twitter.com/NhaLWfdP5y
— Boston Fire Dept. (@BostonFire) February 27, 2021READ MORE: FDA, CDC Call For Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause To Investigate Rare Blood Clots
The Red Cross was called to help four residents who were displaced. About $200,000 was done in damages.
No injuries to residents or firefighters were reported.MORE NEWS: 'Your Dad Was A Hero,' President Biden Pays Tribute To Slain Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans
It is unclear what caused the fire.