Firefighters battled a house fire in a home in Brockton, Massachusetts, on Saturday morning.
The blaze was reported shortly after 10 a.m. on Florence Street.
Heavy smoke could be seen pouring from the roof and windows of the building. When the Brockton Fire Department arrived, police were already on the scene evacuating tenants.
According to Brockton's Deputy Fire Chief, Brockton firefighters had to forcefully enter the building, where they discovered the heavy smoke and fire originating from the attic space of the building's third floor, the cause currently unknown.
The building housed 11 tenants who are now displaced, but none of the tenants were injured from the blaze.
According to the Deputy Fire Chief, it took approximately an hour and a half to get the fire under control, with two firefighters receiving minor injuries.