2 hurt, dozens displaced by Salem fire
SALEM, Mass. (AP) -- Two people required hospitalization and about 70 people were displaced from their homes by an overnight fire at a Salem apartment building.
Firefighters needed to use a ladder to rescue one resident from a floor above the fire at 60 Dow St. reported early Tuesday.
The injured people are not thought to have life-threatening injuries.
The four-story brick building has 32 units.
Investigators think the fire started on a second floor porch, but the exact cause remains unknown.
The Red Cross responded to the scene to assist those displaced.
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