A West Roxbury fire left four homeless and injured a trio of firefighters over the weekend.
The two-alarm blaze, which was sparked early Sunday afternoon, caused $750,000 worth of damages to the home, as the wind swept the fire from the rear of the attic to the front. The roof was a total loss, according to fire officials.
The fire displaced at least four, while three firefighters were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. It’s currently unclear what caused the fire.
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