First posted at 5:39 p.m. Last upated at 8 p.m. with quotes from the Assistant Fire Chief.
FRAMINGHAM – Firefighters extinguished a single-alarm fire at Windsor Green condominiums, today, May 21.
The fire was reported around 5:30 p.m. at Unit 910.
Engine 7 responded first, said Fire Chief Joseph Hicks.
“Firefighters confirmed a working fire immediately,” said Chief Hicks.
Framingham Assistant Fire Chief Michael Dutcher said Engine 7, Engine 2, Rescue 1, Tower 1, Engine 1, and Car 2 responded to the fire.
Dutcher said firefighters saw the fire had extended into attic when they arrived. It is believed the fire started in a kitchen in the unit.
Fire Chief Hicks said four units sustained heat, water or smoke damage.
Assistant Chief Dutcher said 2 units are uninhabitable, the other two units have no gas. Dutcher said 8 individuals were displaced.
Red Cross was asked to provide asisstance to those needed, said Chief Hicks.
There were 8 individuals displaced, including one infant.
There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters, said Chief Hicks.
“”Firefighters did a great job while containing the to a single alarm,” said Assistant Chief Dutcher
Firefighters are investigating, but the fire “appears to be accidental,” based on a prelimlinary investigation, said Chief Hicks.
Edgell Grove was shut down after the light at Water Street for more than an hour tonight, May 21.
At 5:52 p.m. Firefighters reported the fire was under control, but that the area was still going to be a mess for motorists.
This was the second fire in the Windsor Green this year.