(NECN: Alison King, Boston, Mass.) - Authorities are at the scene of what was a nine-alarm fire at a 10-story condominium building located in Boston's Back Bay area.
Six people have been injured, including two firefighters.
This fire was reported initially on the seventh floor of Beacon Towers. The building is ten stories high.
The building is located at the corner of Beacon Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts.
According to the Mass. Historic Commission database, the building at 483 Beacon St., was built in 1898 by architect William Sears, it was formerly known as the Hotel Cambridge.
According to the Suffolk County Registrar of Deeds, it was turned to condominiums in 1982-83.
The master deed for the property refers to it as a 10-story building, with 69 condominium units inside it. 174 people live there.
It is unclear at this time what caused the fire.