No injuries in structure fire on Moody Street

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Two residents of an apartment complex on Moody Street have been displaced following a fire Friday night.

According to fire officials, the fire was reported at 10:56 p.m. on Friday, July 7. A first alarm had been struck, indicating a sprinkler system had been activated at 12 Moody Street.

Upon arrival, crews observed smoke coming from the second floor of the building. A small fire was discovered in a second-floor apartment, but was being contained by the sprinkler system.

A second alarm was struck to bring in mutual aid from surrounding towns and working with firefighters from Attleboro, Plainville, Foxboro, Mansfield, Cumberland, R.I., Mansfield MEMA and Providence Canteen, the fire was brought down to a working fire. There were no reported injuries.

There are 22 apartments in the building. Two people were displaced and are being assisted by the Red Cross. The cause remains under investigation by the North Attleborough Fire Department Fire Investigation Unit.

Earlier that day, NAFD crews responded to a call at a home on Haddock Drive for a structure fire. A resident of the home was suffering from serious burns caused by a grease fire, which had been extinguished by other occupants. The resident was transported to a Rhode Island hospital with serious injuries. There were no other injuries.