Cambridge Fire Department


Two-Alarm Fire Sweeps Through Border Cafe and Global Health Institute Building

The Cambridge Police Department diverted traffic in the nearby blocks of the surrounding area. CPD warned in a tweet at approximately 2:07 p.m. that residents should expect traffic impacts in Harvard Square during the response to the fire.


Border Fire 1

A fire broke out Sunday afternoon in the shared Border Cafe and Harvard Global Health Institute building at 32 Church St. around 1 p.m.


Border Fire 2

At least 40 firefighters were deployed to respond to a fire in the exhaust duct of the shared Border Cafe and Harvard Global Health Institute building at 32 Church St. Sunday afternoon.


Cambridge Fire Department Responds to Two-Alarm Fire in Harvard Yard

The Cambridge Fire Department tweeted Monday that four engines responded to a fire in Emerson Hall's pipe chase — an enclosed space where plumbing, and sometimes electrical wires, are hidden — around noon.


Leaves Outside Quincy House Catch Fire

Leaves on a ventilation grate outside of Quincy House’s New Residence Hall caught fire Monday afternoon, sending plumes of smoke into the air and triggering a multi-engine response from the Cambridge Fire Department.


OTTO Pizza in Harvard Square Temporarily Closes After Fire

A fire broke out Monday morning at OTTO Pizza in Harvard Square and was extinguished within an hour after an “aggressive attack,” according to the the Cambridge Fire Department.


Car Catches Fire on Linden Street

A car engine burst into flames on Linden St. Thursday evening and burned for roughly ten minutes before firefighters stopped the blaze.


Apartment Building Catches Fire in Cambridge

A fire broke out Monday evening at a Cambridge apartment building occupied in part by Harvard graduate students.


Fire Department Flocks to Fire at Winthrop Construction Site

​The Cambridge Fire and Police Departments responded to a structure fire Monday morning on the Winthrop House construction site.


City Raises 600K in Fundraising for Fire Victims

The City of Cambridge has raised more than $600,000 to help victims of last week’s devastating 10-alarm fire which displaced dozens of individuals and families..


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