WHITMAN, MASS. (WHDH) - Firefighters were able to save wrapped Christmas gifts from three apartments while battling a large blaze at a triple-decker home in Whitman on Monday night, officials said.

Crews responding to a home on Linden Street for a report of a fire on the second floor of the building about 8 p.m. found flames shooting from the windows, according to the Whitman Fire Department.

Firefighters made an aggressive interior attack and were able to limit the damage to the second floor, however, all three units were rendered uninhabitable for the time being, officials said.

After knocking down the flames, Chief Timothy J. Grenno said firefighters were able to re-enter the home and save the Christmas presents.

“Firefighters worked quickly to limited the damage, and I am very proud that we were able to save a bit of Christmas for these families who have been put out of their homes tonight,” he said.

Damage to the home was estimated at $100,000.

None of the residents were inside at the time of the fire. No injuries were reported.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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