MD Firefighters Injured in Four-Alarm Fire

Five firefighters were injured battling a four-alarm fire last night in Baltimore, Maryland.

About 100 firefighters responded to the fire. Battalion Chief Kevin Cartwright told the Associated Press (http://wj.la/YAdWP6) that firefighters found heavy smoke on all three floors. Shortly after an evacuation was ordered, there was a complete building collapse.

Five firefighters were trapped under debris. A Mayday was called. The injured firefighters were removed and send to a medical facility with nonlife-threatening injuries.

Read more about the incident at http://wj.la/YAdWP6.

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