Investigators on Wednesday morning were at the scenes of two separate fires in Somerville, which is experiencing a string of arsons.
Everyone made it out of the buildings that were damaged as a result of the dual two-alarm fires that broke out at 85 Bromfield Road and 313 Summer St. However two firefighters suffered minor injuries, said Chief Kevin Kelleher.
The first fire broke out at 5:28 a.m. at Bromfield Road and damaged the home there. Moments later, fire crews were called to Summer Street, where a car and the side of a home was also damaged by the blaze.
Investigators were determining the cause of Wednesday's fires.
City officials said earlier this month thatat least three ina recent string of nearly a dozen fireswere intentionally set. The arson string pushed officials to offer a $15,000 rewardfor information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person or people involved with setting the fires.
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"Obviously, it's somebody that needs help. Maybe they don't want to hurt somebody, but if somebody is setting fires, eventually they will hurt somebody," Kelleher said.
Anyone with information can call 617-625-1600 or contact the state arson hotline at 800-682-9229.
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