BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — At least 10 people were burned out of their home after a fire spread through a three-unit apartment building in Bridgeport early Saturday, the Connecticut Post said.
The Bridgeport Fire Department responded at about 1:40 a.m. to Lee Street as the blaze spread to three neighboring building, the Post said.
Fire Chief Richard Thode told the Post that 41 firefighters, six engines, four ladder trucks and a rescue unit battled the blaze for two hours.
No injuries were reported as an investigation began into the fire, which appeared accidental, the Post said.
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