HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – 10 people are displaced after a two-alarm fire Thursday morning in Hartford, according to the Hartford Fire Department.
Officials say the fire occurred at a three-story, multi-family home around 2:37 a.m. in the area of 393 Franklin Ave.
When crews arrived on the scene, they found heavy fire on the first floor that was extending to the second and third floors. Officials say two people were rescued on the second floor by using ground ladders and four more were removed from the stairs off the second floor by firefighters.
The fire was knocked down and placed under control. No injuries have been reported to either civilians or firefighters are this time.
One firefighter was evaluated on the scene for possible heat exhaustion but he was not transported. One of the occupants rescued was transported to a local hospital for evaluation but she was not injured.
The Hartford Fire Department says four families have been displaced, which include nine adults and one child.
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