Watertown Firefighters put out a fire at a two-family home on Copeland Street on Friday night.
The fire was reported shortly after 8 p.m. on Sept. 30, said Provisional Fire Chief Ryan Nicholson.
“There was a fire in the kitchen of the upstairs unit of a two family. Companies quickly extinguished the fire,” Nicholson said. “There were 3 people displaced from the home, but no civilian or firefighter injuries were reported.”
The origin and cause remain under investigation, Nicholson said. Deputy Fire Chief Daniel Tardif was the incident commander.
“We thank our mutual aid partners, Belmont, Newton, Cambridge, Waltham , Pro EMS, and of course Watertown Police for their support,” Nicholson said.
Once again our fire department did an outstanding job. They are the best
Just wanted to thank the Watertown Fire Fighters and the whole first responder team for doing a terrific job. Fortunately, we are all safe and sound. Our lives are going to be a bit different for a few months as the damage is repaired. But things could have been a lot worse.