A three-alarm fire shot through a Lamartine Street building that houses a daycare on Tuesday morning. Boston Fire personnel were able to put out the fire and quickly reported that no one was hurt, and that four adults and five children were safely evacuated.
Boston Fire crews responded to a fire at 165 Lamartine St. around 10 am and found a 2.5 story building engulfed in flames. They were able to put the fire out.
An initial estimate of the damage was $1 million. Fire investigators were on scene determine the cause of the fire and where it started.
Walked by Lamartine Street in #JamaicaPlain and saw this fire just as the trucks were arriving. Thankful for our fire fighters and hope everyone’s ok. Luckily my boss @MattOMalley was right on the scene! #boston #bostonfire pic.twitter.com/Kh8MFdsatN
— Will Poff-Webster (@poffweb) February 6, 2018
Jamaica Plain's City Councilor Matt O'Malley was quickly on scene and stayed to make sure that everyone was safe.
Happening now: fire on Lamartine. Incredibly grateful for BFD. pic.twitter.com/fJcaJMrVHK
— Matt O'Malley (@MattOMalley) February 6, 2018
— Boston Fire Dept. (@BostonFire) February 6, 2018