2 treated after second-alarm fire at Hartford home


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Crews put out a second-alarm fire in Hartford’s north end early Saturday.

Officials said the fire broke out at a three-family home at 213 Westland St. Two civilians were transported to a local hospital for possible smoke inhalation.

The road is closed in both directions.

Fire marshals were on scene to investigate the cause of the fire. It has yet to be determined.

American Red Cross is there assisting displaced families.

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