Seven firefighters were hurt in Leslie, Michigan early Saturday morning after a collapse during a fire in a two story building. A mayday was called after four of the firefighters were trapped. The fire was in Moo's Bar Grill at 147 S. Main Street. The building has apartments on the second floor.
The audio is from AlertPage.net. The video above shows side A of the building. The three clips below were shot on side C as crews worked to free the trapped firefighters. Additional clips of the fire from thehollow104 can be found here.
According to Billy Goldfeder at The Secret List, two other firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation and one was hurt falling on ice. Here's more from Billy:
The fire was reported just before 0700 at Moo's Bar & Grille in downtown Leslie, but a "mayday" was transmitted at 0918 hours when a patio-type roof on top of the building's 1st floor roof fell. According to members at the scene, the weight caused the floor to fall in, bringing several Firefighters down with it. Rapid intervention Firefighters rescued the trapped members. Most of the injured Firefighters suffered smoke inhalation and 5 were expected to be admitted – all are listed in stable condition and none of the injuries were considered life-threatening. Injured firefighters came from the Leslie, Delhi Township, Onondaga, and Dansville/Ingham Township FD's.