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3 injured, including firefighter, in downtown Falmouth fire

Three people, including a firefighter, were injured in a fire that ripped through apartments in downtown Falmouth, located above several businesses in the Massachusetts town. Falmouth police said Monday evening that firefighters were working to put out a fire at 176 Main St., the address listed for a Sea Bags store. Photos and video from the scene appear to show heavy flames shooting from a second story above the Twigs of Falmouth gift. store, which is next to Sea Bags on Main Street/Route 28. By 7 p.m., these large flames appeared to have been extinguished. Fire Chief Timothy Smith said two civilians were transported to an area hospital to be treated for minor injuries. .According to Smith, the injured firefighter was treated for a minor injury. Smith said a handful of second-floor apartments were damaged by the fire. Some of these apartments are vacant and it is unclear how many people have been displaced. The fire chief also said several commercial spaces on the first floor were damaged by water and smoke. Falmouth Police asked people to avoid the stretch of Main Street between the Falmouth Public Library and the Village Green, as well as surrounding side streets. Smith said inspectors are working to determine the extent of structural damage caused by the

Three people, including a firefighter, were injured in a fire that ripped through apartments in downtown Falmouth, located above several businesses in the Massachusetts town.

Falmouth police said Monday evening that firefighters were working to put out a fire at 176 Main St., the address listed for a Sea Bags store.

Photos and videos from the scene appear to show heavy flames shooting from a second story above the Twigs of Falmouth gift shop, located next to Sea Bags on Main Street/Route 28.

Around 7 p.m., these large flames appeared to have been extinguished.

Fire Chief Timothy Smith said two civilians were transported to an area hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

According to Smith, the injured firefighter was treated for a minor injury.

Smith said a handful of second-floor apartments were damaged by the fire. Some of these apartments are vacant and it is unclear how many people have been displaced.

The fire chief also said several commercial spaces on the first floor had water and smoke damage.

Falmouth police asked people to avoid the stretch of Main Street between the Falmouth Public Library and the Village Green, as well as surrounding side streets.

Smith said inspectors are working to determine the extent of structural damage caused by the

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