Firefighters are responding to a three-alarm blaze at a Haverhill apartment building that has reportedly spread to a seven-acre brush fire behind the structure.
It is unclear if this injury referred to an incident later confirmed by fire officials to the Eagle Tribune, in which a mother held her toddler and leapt from a second story building to escape the home.
The blaze reportedly began around 1 p.m. The fire had spread to the wooded area behind the building about an hour later.
3-alarm fire at Forest Acres Apartments in Haverhill, Mass. spreads to nearby woods. No word yet on cause of blaze. pic.twitter.com/5t9LZmzPqb— NECN (@NECN) May 7, 2014
No word as of yet on any injuries, if any, suffered in 3-alarm fire at apartment complex in Haverhill, Mass. pic.twitter.com/C1QnkBbUKH— NECN (@NECN) May 7, 2014
3-alarm fire continues to burn at apartment complex/nearby woods in Haverhill, Mass. pic.twitter.com/iTs89CHBpy— NECN (@NECN) May 7, 2014
As many as 46 residents are reportedly affected.
This story will be updated with developments as they become available.