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Crews Respond to 5-Alarm Fire in Dorchester

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Fire Ravages Dorchester 3-Family, 14 Left Homeless

    Firefighters in Dorchester battled a 5-alarm fire in Dorchester that displaced 14 people Sunday. Fire officials believe the three-family home sustained $1.5 million in damages.

    (Published Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018)

    A five-alarm blazed ravaged a multi-family home in Dorchester last night and left 14 people homeless.

    Firefighters accounted for the 14 residents, which lost their homes in the three-family building. Fire officials estimated damage at approximately $1.5 million. 

    Crews responded at 10:05 p.m. to 7 Allston St. in Dorchester to the multi-family house fire. There were no injuries or fatalities in the blaze. 

    Mayor Martin Walsh was on the scene of the fire at midnight.

    Four people were displaced during a 2-alarm fire early Saturday morning. 


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