BROCKTON, Mass. - Brockton firefighters responded to a building on Fredrick Douglass Avenue Thursday evening after a car crashed into it, sparking a fire.
Brockton Police tell Boston 25 News the crash happened around 8:30 p.m. Thursday at 32 Frederick Douglass Avenue.
Police say the car hit the side of the building, smashing through the side of it and catching fire. The building caught fire as a result of the crash. The fire was knocked down soon after.
Two occupants of the car were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Police and Fire are investigating.
Two teens escaped serious injury tonight thanks to the alert and quick thinking of @BrocktonPolice Captain Mark Porcaro. He was patrolling the area moments after a car crashed into a bldg. He got the occupants away before the car & bldg caught fire.@MayorBillCarp @Brymaker pic.twitter.com/iatVq8lR0b— Brockton Police (@BrocktonPolice) May 10, 2019
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