PHOTOS: All Safe After Two-Alarm Fire Near Mystic Valley Regional
Firefighters put out the blaze in about an hour, while students were evacuated to a nearby church. Did you catch a photo or video of the blaze? Upload it to our gallery.
A two-alarm fire near Mystic Valley School sent smoke billowing and prompted an evacuation, according to a letter sent home to parents.
All residents were able to safely flee the second-floor fire at 740 Salem St. fire safely, according to scanner reports.
Seven adults and one child were provided temporary housing, clothing and food by the American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts.
State investigators continue to examine the cause of the fire, which the Boston Globe reports took about an hour to extinguish.
Dry conditions in the city have had firefighters respond to a number of brush fires in the area, Asst. Fire Chief Jack Colangeli said.
They were also related to a blaze on Adams St. earlier this month.