Dorchester Triple-Decker Fire Displaces A Dozen Residents

Boston firefighters put out a blaze at 309 Adams Street. Photo: Boston Fire Department

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A dozen Dorchester residents are on the street Monday after a two-alarm fire overnight. The Boston Fire Department said the fire broke out at 309 Adams Street at about midnight.

Responding firefighters had to rescue two people from the third floor of the triple-decker with a firetruck and a giant ladder. The fire was contained to the third floor, but one person had to be brought to a hospital. No word yet on their condition.

Boston Fire said there was at least $500,000 worth of damage to the building.

The Red Cross assisted with finding the displaced residents a place to go.

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