Four Memphis (TN) firefighters were injured when a wall collapsed on them during a large fire in the city’s downtown Saturday.
WMC reported (http://bit.ly/1mV4mFP) that the injured firefighters were hospitalized in non-critical condition. Nearly a hundred firefighters responded to the scene of the fire, which sent up smoke that could be seen billowing for miles. Photos from the scene show a column of black smoke rising from the fireground.
Firefighters said the old commercial building was listed for sale but were not sure if it was occupied at the time of the fire.
Memphis Fire Department spokesman Wayne Cooke told the Associated Press that the firefighters were inside the building when an exterior wall collapsed.
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