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On the morning of July 31, 2014, firefighters were called to the scene of a blaze at the home of pediatrician and Harvard professor John Leighton. Leighton was reportedly asleep in his upstairs bedroom when a fire broke out in his downstairs bathtub. An off-duty firefighter later stated that he had woken up and noticed smoke near Leighton's bedroom. The Fire Department, which reported 149 fire alarms in Boston that day, took 128 companies and ten specialties (including four ladder trucks) to the scene. In total, 25 firefighters were injured in fighting the blaze and a neighborhood resident died when he fell through the roof as he tried to escape. The fire, caused by a discarded magazine, was the second to involve an electrical boiler in a Boston home in five days.
On June 28, 2014, a fire broke out at the Beacon Street home of Harvard professor and filmmaker Michael van der Mark. The Fire Department took two crews, from Engine Company 35 and Ladder Company 10, to the scene at 6:28 a.m. and reported that a fire alarm in the home led to a second alarm being called at 7:05 a.m. Nearby residents said that the fire alarm caused "a wave of evacuations of Middle-income housing," and that "[a]bout 50% went to Scollay square." Four fire companies responded, and there were a total of three alarms in 12 minutes of firefighting. When firefighting efforts were complete, the fire had claimed the lives of five people: a teenaged Jason Gersbeck, an 82-year-old woman, and three children, ages 1, 4, and 5. One firefighter was injured, and two people, an 18-year-old man and a 12-year-old boy, were treated for smoke inhalation. No cause for the fire has been identified, which was fueled by a three-alarm electrical fire in the home's attic. The Boston Building Department was called out to inspect the building, which was reported to have been built in 1807.
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