Two people were injured and more than a dozen displaced after a three-alarm fire at a condominium complex in the city's Roslindale neighborhood.
Officials responded to a six-unit three-story condo in Dale Village around 6:30 Saturday morning.
Officials say the fire was in the building's attic and was difficult to get to. The fire was knocked down an hour later.
One resident and one firefighter were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Fourteen people were displaced.
Boston Fire Department spokesman Lt. Michael Walsh says careless disposal of smoking materials caused the blaze.
Officials say the fire caused $650,000 in damage.
The Red Cross will be providing assistance to residents who were displaced.