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FRAMINGHAM – Two adults and a child were displaced in a Tuesday night fire in Framingham, according to the fire chief.

Framingham firefighters responded to 15 Weld Street for a multi-family fire around 9:45 p.m. on April 21, said Framingham Fire Chief Michael Dutcher.

Engine 3, Engine 5, Engine 1, Ladder 3, Rescue 1, Car 2 along with Ambulance 1 responded to the fire.

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Crews found a bedroom fire in one of the units, said the fire chief.

“Aggressive actions by first arriving companies made a quick knockdown of the fire,” said Chief Dutcher.

Residents of the apartment, 2 adults and 1 child, were displaced but were able to stay with friends, said the chief.

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“All other residents were able to return to their apartments,” said the chief.

No firefighters were injured.

“Cause of the fire is electrical in nature,” said Chief Dutcher.

The fire caused an estimated “$10,000 worth of damage,” said the chief.

Natick, Wayland, and Sudbury fire departments covered Framingham stations as part of a mutual aid agreement.

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