Two firefighters were injured battling a 2-alarm blaze in Boston's Roslindale neighborhood early Thursday morning.
The fire was first reported at 28 Heathcote St. shortly before 3 a.m.
Boston fire officials said all residents made it out of the house, a 1-1/2-story, wood framed building.
Photos showed heavy flames shooting from the roof of the building.
The fire was knocked down not long after 3 a.m. Crews are continuing to overhaul and check for any fire extension.
Four people were displaced and two firefighters were taken to area hospitals by Boston EMS.
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Damages are estimated around $250,000.
No further information was immediately available.