Massachusetts Firefighters Battle Six-Alarm Fire

Six neighboring departments responded to the Marlborough condo fire.
Eventually the blaze broke through the ceiling of the building. (Josh Gray, www.marlboroughpatch.com photo)
Published Monday, April 23, 2012

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (MarlboroughPatch.com) - The Marlborough Fire Department, along with firefighters from a half-dozen other Metrowest communities spent Monday morning battling a large fire that threatened to consume much of a West Main Street condominium.

Sometime after 9 a.m. residents of 271 Main St. said they could hear a scream in the hallways telling everyone to get out of the building.

"I don't know what caused the fire, I just know that I had to rush to get some clothes on and get out of the building," said one resident.

After arriving on scene, firefighters entered the building with chainsaws to ventilate the fire and allow the use of fire hoses. Eventually the blaze broke through the ceiling of the building and fire crews unleashed multiple fire hoses on the blaze.

Fire officials were unavailable to comment as of this post due to the fact that the fire is an ongoing incident. At the time of this post, the fire command center set up across the street from the fire, ordered that all firefighters evacuate the building, due to extremely unsafe conditions.

Traffic surrounding the area of West Main Street at Williams Street was completely shut down Monday morning.

All power to the area was cut by National Grid around 11 a.m.

Framingham, Hudson, Southborough, Northborough, Wayland and Westborough fire departments all responded to the scene.

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Six-Alarms Struck for Massachusetts Condo Fire

Published Monday, April 23, 2012
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (MarlboroughPatch.com) - The Marlborough Fire Department, along with firefighters from a half-dozen other Metrowest communities spent Monday morning battling a large fire that threatened to consume much of a West Main Street condominium. Sometime after 9 a.m. residents of 271 Main St. said they could hear a scream in the hallways telling everyone to get out of the building.

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