Two people were injured, one critically, at an apartment building fire in Everett Thursday night. One was hurt from jumping off a balcony to escape flames. (Caleb Hutton / The Herald)

Two people were injured, one critically, at an apartment building fire in Everett Thursday night. One was hurt from jumping off a balcony to escape flames. (Caleb Hutton / The Herald)

Days before Christmas, fire displaces 20 people in Everett

Firefighters don’t know yet what caused the big nighttime blaze at Colby Square Apartments.

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