BOSTON (WHDH) - Fire officials battled heavy fire in a Boston brownstone Tuesday.

Boston fire responded to Rutland Street in Boston’s South End around 3:30 p.m.

More than a dozen firefighters fought the flames.

According to Boston Fire on Twitter, no injuries have been reported.

The fire department says it is investigating after crews found propane tanks on the roof, one of which had a valve broken off.

Fire fighters have been on scene checking for hot spots.

Sources tell 7News that three brownstones have extensive damage.

Along with the brownstone where the fire broke out, two other brownstones have smoke and water damage.

Sources tell 7News there was about $500,000 worth of damage to the brownstones.

Stay with 7News for more information.


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