Restaurant stove left on over night causes fire that displaces 24 in Chinatown

The Boston Fire Department reports a fire that started in a stove at the Ga Ga Seafood Restaurant, 25 Tyler St., went to two alarms after it was reported at 9:46 a.m.

The fire displaced 24 residents living in seven apartments above the restaurant and did an estimated $300,000 in damage - to the restaurant and six nearby businesses - the department says.



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Back Bay Fire too?

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There was also a fire near Back Bay Station Thursday evening, on Dartmouth Street. I saw three firetrucks and firemen using axes to get into the penthouse apartment. There was quite a crowd watching. No reporting though.

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