Nine adults, two children and several pets have been displaced by a fire at a multi-family home in Quincy, Massachusetts.
The Quincy Fire Department responded a little before 4 p.m. Saturday to a reported house fire in the area of 7 Roselin Ave.
No injuries were reported, with everyone making it out safely, including several pets.
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At least one cat could be seen receiving oxygen outside the home.
Rafael Vasconcelos, whose mother lives in the home, says he’s relieved everyone is okay.
"It’s been a challenging year all around and then this comes so uh you know everybody’s taken by surprise," he said. "But the animals are fine, the people are fine and I guess we just keep moving."
The American Red Cross of Massachusetts was responding to help those who were displaced.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.