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Four Pittsburgh Firefighters Injured in Four-Alarm Fire

Four firefighters were injured battling a four-alarm fire in Pittsburgh Sunday evening, according to reports.

Crews responded to the fire in the 30 block of Mount Oliver Street at around 8 p.m. According to, firefighters worked to extinguish fire in a third-floor apartment.

The fire caused two separate collapses in the rear of the building, but firefighters managed to get residents out, the report said.

One firefighter sustained a minor burn injury, another had a laceration, while two more suffered shoulder injuries.

View of flames at the fire in Pittsburgh
Photo courtesy Pittsburgh Public Safety


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