Two NY Firefighters Hurt in House Fire Flashover

Two Troy (NY) firefighters were hurt in a residential flashover Sunday night, according to the Albany Times Union. Chief Tom Garrett told a reporter ( that the firefighters were operating at 468 Ninth Ave. in the Lansingburgh section of the city that started around 5:45 p.m. No one was home when the first crews arrived to find smoke coming from the second-floor of the one-family house. Several firefighters entered the building, but were ordered to pull back when the building flashed over. One firefighter was taken to an area hospital for a concussion related to the explosion, while another was treated for a fractured ankle. Neither of the injuries were deemed life-th...

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