Firefighter Falls Through Roof at Dundalk (MD) Fire

A firefighter is expected to be okay after partially falling through the roof of a building during a four-alarm fire in the community of Dundalk, Maryland. The fire reportedly occurred late Tuesday in the 100 block of Highshire Court in the unincorporated community.

The Baltimore Sun reported that the fire displaced 21 people. One resident was checked out by medics on scene. Baltimore County, Anne Arundel, and Baltimore City firefighters responded to the scene.

FOX News reported that a Baltimore County firefighter had fallen halfway through the roof of one of the row homes as crews were extinguishing the flames. The firefighter managed to escape and was evaluated on scene, the report said.

CBS: 21 Displaced, Firefighter Injured After 4-Alarm Fire In Dundalk

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