HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Holyoke firefighters were working to put out a house fire in downtown Holyoke Christmas night.
The fire started in the upper level of a three-story, three-family house at 1360 Dwight Street around 10:30 Sunday night.
We’re told the fire was in the attic and in the second floor ceiling.
Holyoke firefighters were trying to extinguish the fire for more than an hour, causing several streets to be blocked off, including parts of Dwight Street and Monroe street.
There were multiple fire crews from nearby municipalities assisting with this fire.
There was no word on how the fire started or how many people would have to find some place else to stay.
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