A fire at a boston marina possibly bolstered by diesel fuel closely damaged three boats, sinking two of them.
Fire department officials say a female became on one of the boats, but escaped unhurt. There had been no reports of accidents.
The hearth at a marina inside the metropolis’s charlestown community became pronounced at about eleven:30 p.M. On january eight.
Deputy fire chief robert calobrisi says of the boats are general losses and the third may be a total loss. He expected damages at $1 million.
As many as 50 firefighters answered to the scene and the coast guard has been contacted for environmental cleanup due to the gas.
The cause stays underneath investigation.
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