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City collecting money to help victims of massive Revere fire


The city of Revere is collecting donations to the Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund to benefit the victims of Thursday’s massive fire on Endicott Avenue. The five-alarm fire broke out at about 1:30 p.m. Thursday at 141-143 Endicott Ave. in the Beachmont area of Revere off Winthrop Parkway.Crews doused nearby structures in an attempt to keep the flames from spreading to more buildings, but at least five adjacent buildings, including neighboring homes on Bellingham Avenue, were damaged.Two of the buildings were destroyed and four were damaged. The building where the fire started was torn down Friday. There are about 15 families affected by the fire. No injuries were reported, but pets and property were lost.Impacted families have received monetary support from Red Cross Massachusetts and will continue to receive support from the city’s community partners. The Salvation Army said it was also assisting displaced residents.Donations may be made online via PayPal by visiting https://www.revere.org/mayors-office/relief. Donations may also be received via a check made out to “City of Revere, Mayor’s Office Fire Relief Fund” and mailed to the Mayor’s Office or deposited at People’s United Bank on Broadway.

The city of Revere is collecting donations to the Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund to benefit the victims of Thursday’s massive fire on Endicott Avenue.

The five-alarm fire broke out at about 1:30 p.m. Thursday at 141-143 Endicott Ave. in the Beachmont area of Revere off Winthrop Parkway.

Crews doused nearby structures in an attempt to keep the flames from spreading to more buildings, but at least five adjacent buildings, including neighboring homes on Bellingham Avenue, were damaged.

Two of the buildings were destroyed and four were damaged. The building where the fire started was torn down Friday.

There are about 15 families affected by the fire. No injuries were reported, but pets and property were lost.

Impacted families have received monetary support from Red Cross Massachusetts and will continue to receive support from the city’s community partners. The Salvation Army said it was also assisting displaced residents.

Donations may be made online via PayPal by visiting https://www.revere.org/mayors-office/relief. Donations may also be received via a check made out to “City of Revere, Mayor’s Office Fire Relief Fund” and mailed to the Mayor’s Office or deposited at People’s United Bank on Broadway.

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