BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) – Firefighters responded to a six-alarm fire on Fox Street in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood on Wednesday.
According to officials, crews responded to several multi-story residences located at 10 Fox Street, 12 Fox Street, and 8 Juliette St. for three-alarm fire.
The fire quickly escalated to a six-alarm fire.
The heaviest fire was knocked down at approximately 7:15 p.m., and crews proceeded to search the triple-decker homes.
According to officials, crews have completed their first search and no one is missing or injured.
A total of nine apartments were reportedly involved.
Stay with FOX 25 for further updates.
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