Philadelphia FF burned fighting rowhome blaze
The firefighter reportedly suffered burns to his head and neck
By Steve Marroni
PHILADELPHIA — A firefighter was injured while battling a two-story row-home fire in Philadelphia early Sunday.
The fire broke out around 12:45 a.m. on the 2300 block of South Bucknell Street in South Philadelphia, where fire crews were met with heavy flames, Action News 6 ABC is reporting.
A firefighter was burned, but the extent of the injuries was not immediately known, NBC 10 reports.
The fire quickly spread to the second floor, where reports indicate a woman and her two children live.
Crews had the flames doused by 2 a.m., reports indicate, but it was not immediately clear if any residents were injured, or how many were displaced.
The injured firefighter is in stable condition with burns to his head and neck, according to reports.
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About 60 PFD members responded to a rowhouse fire early this morning near 24th & Wolf in South Philly. It was placed under control at 1:47 a.m., about an hour after companies arrived. One firefighter was injured, treated and released. #24x7x365 pic.twitter.com/6VDGCUq7st— Philadelphia Fire (@PhillyFireDept) October 18, 2020