Twenty residents were displaced by an early morning five-alarm fire in Roxbury that caused an estimated $800,000 in damage, according to the Boston Fire Department.
One firefighter was taken to the hospital with a shoulder injury, the fire department said via Twitter.
Firefighters responded at 1:44 a.m. to a fire at 33 Wyoming Street. According to the Boston Fire Department, the fire was burning on a second floor porch of the four-story apartment building. The department said via Twitter that the fire was out at 2:58 a.m.
Damage from the fire included smoke and water damage on all floors.
The MBTA provided a bus for the displaced residents, and the American Red Cross and the fire department’s victims’ assistance team also helped the residents.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.