A firefighter was injured battling a 2-alarm fire in Boston's Charlestown neighborhood on Friday morning.
Officials said the fire at 24 Middlesex St. started around 7 a.m., and that flames were already showing as firefighters arrived.
One firefighter suffered minor burns and was transported to a local hospital. No one else was injured.
The building was a single-family home, according to fire officials, and two people were displaced by the fire.
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Aerial footage of the scene from NBC Boston's Sky Ranger showed smoke coming from a charred roof and window on the top floor of the 2-1/2-story townhouse.
Damage to the building is estimated at $100,000.