Pa. firefighter injured as blaze sweeps through 5 homes

Harrisburg Fire Chief Brian Enterline said the department was dispatched to the report of a building fire with entrapment


By Jana Benscoter
The Patriot-News

HARRISBURG, Pa. — One firefighter was injured in a fire Saturday night that spread through five homes on the 2000 block of Briggs Street.

Harrisburg Fire Chief Brian Enterline said the department was dispatched to the report of a building fire, with entrapment. As it turned out, he said, that person was later found.

Enterline did confirm that one firefighter fell off the first-floor roof and was injured. He was taken to Hershey Medical Center and was reported to be in good condition.

Five homes were involved in the fire and Enterline said he wasn’t sure how many people were displaced.

 

D Battalion currently working a 2 alarm job in the 2000 block of Briggs St. Fire in 3 houses in a row of 5.

Posted by Squad 8 - Harrisburg Bureau of Fire on Saturday, November 16, 2019

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