Four people are dead and two have been hospitalized after a three-alarm fire tore through a home in Lynn, Massachusetts, Friday morning, according to the Lynn Fire Department.
Crews are on the scene at 24 Bruce Place and said 18 or 19 people lived in the home.
Two women, ages 18 and 60, were hospitalized with smoke and burn injuries, after they were rescued from the home, authorities said. Both were revived at the hospital.
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Lynn Fire District Chief Jack Barry said, "It was absolutely amazing. I've been a firefighter in Lynn for 33 years and it was one of the most spectacular rescued I've seen. Those guys did an fantastic job."
Authorities have not released the identities of the four people killed.
Crews said the fire is out, but was difficult to extinguish. Part of the building has since collapsed.
The State Fire Marshal's Office says crews will likely be on scene all day.
The cause of the fire is not yet known.