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- The three-alarm fire at 36 Ridgewood St. displaced about 11 residents, who were assisted by Red Cross officials.
- The fire left about $400,000 worth of damage, reportedly to the rear porch areas.
- No injuries were reported during the fire, which broke out shortly after 1 a.m.
Fire officials said a blaze heavily damaged a three-decker apartment building on Ridgewood Street Tuesday morning.
In total, 11 residents were displaced by the three-alarm blaze, which broke out shortly after 1 a.m. at 36 Ridgewood St. The American Red Cross assisted the displaced residents, according to the fire department.
Fire officials did not release a suspected cause of the fire but said no one was injured. The fire heavily damaged back porch areas on the building.
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Total fire damage was estimated at about $400,000, according to the Boston Fire Department.