Some people living at multi-family home in Massachusetts were forced to jump out a second-story window after a fire broke out early Friday morning.
The fire chief in Somerville told Fox 25 Boston that the fire broke out on Appleton Street just after 2 a.m. on Friday.
While some had to flee from the second floor, all people living in the building made it out safely. Four people were taken to the local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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"I was sleeping and I just heard this beeping noise and screams," Adam Lawrence told FOX 25. "As I sort of became more awake...as it became more real, as soon as I open up my door I smelled the smoke and I started to see an orange glow coming from the back."
Authorities are investigating the fire.