WORCESTER – The Worcester Fire Department [WFD] responded to a three-alarm fire just after midnight on Monday morning on Pilgrim Ave.
The fire started on the front porch of the multi-family home at 247 Pilgrim Ave. before extending into the floors above and to the attic.
According to the WFD, no injuries were reported, but two residents were displaced.
Companies overhauling 3rd alarm fire on Pilgrim Ave. no injuries reported. 2 residents displaced. Heavy fire on front porches extending into 2nd, 3rd floors and the attic. Radiant heat damage to adjacent house. Great job by gr. 1 preventing exposure fire pic.twitter.com/vjrOSbsSMP
— Worcester Fire Dept. (@WorcesterFD) September 16, 2019
Lead photo credit: Firefighters Fight Blaze on Pilgrim Ave in Worcester/Worcester Fire Department
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