February 27, 2024

Native Information

Brian Brandt, 52, of Cambridge, was discovered deceased by firefighters in a second-floor residence, in accordance with a press release.

Native officers have recognized the sufferer of Tuesday’s deadly fireplace in Cambridge.

Brian Brandt, 52, of Cambridge, was discovered deceased by firefighters, in accordance with the assertion from Cambridge Police Commissioner Christine A. Elow, Cambridge Fireplace Chief Thomas F. Cahill, State Fireplace Marshal Jon M. Davine, and Middlesex County District Lawyer Marian T. Ryan on Friday.

The Cambridge Fireplace Division responded to fifteen Chester St. early Tuesday morning, discovering heavy fireplace displaying, in accordance with officers.

Firefighters used an aerial ladder to rescue an occupant from a third-floor window, in accordance with the assertion.

Officers stated different residents escaped safely after working smoke alarms alerted them to the hazard.

Professional EMS transported one firefighter to an area hospital for accidents that weren’t life-threatening, in accordance with the assertion.

Officers stated about 15 occupants of the Chester Road residence constructing have been displaced by the hearth.

The hearth went to a few alarms earlier than it was introduced below management at about 5:15 a.m., in accordance with the assertion.

Officers stated firefighters have been in a position to include the hearth to a second-floor residence on the entrance left of the constructing.

Firefighters entered the residence to “conduct an aggressive inside assault” and situated Brandt, the only real occupant, deceased inside, in accordance with the assertion.

The precise reason for the hearth stays below investigation by the Cambridge Fireplace Division, Cambridge Police Division, and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the places of work of the State Fireplace Marshal and Middlesex District Lawyer.