If You Think These Guys Don't Have One Of The Toughest Jobs Out Here, And Don't Care About Not Only Saving Their Own, But Us As Well, Then Your Sadly Mistaken… Had Just Dropped The Twin Off At School, And This Erupted From An Occupied Dwelling On Glover St… 6 Fire Fighters Injured With None Life Threatening Injuries…..To use this video in a commercial player or broadcast, contact email@example.com.
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The fire reportedly started in the basement but the cause is still under investigation.
According to officials, the firefighters suffered non-life threatening injuries. They were all transported to area hospitals.
One firefighters suffered second-degree burns, five others suffered burns to their face and body.
“No homes threatened, the adjacent home had some smoke damage, but no one was home at the time, this could have been a lot worse, we definitely don’t want to tell the story that we have injured firefighters but we’re fortunate they had minor injuries,” said Blair Skinner, spokesperson for Baltimore City Fire.
Update: 6- FFs injured in 2-Alarm fire in the 400blk of N. Glover St. All non-life threatening injuries. All FFs transported to hospital for burns and 1 FFs w/ 2nd degree burns @MayorPugh50 @ChiefNilesRFord pic.twitter.com/lyZofLgtvP
— Baltimore Fire (@BaltimoreFire) February 27, 2019