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09/18/2017

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Firefighter hurt while battling large building blaze


By FireRescue1 Staff

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — A firefighter was hurt Monday morning after battling a blaze that damaged several businesses and apartments.

WTHR reported that firefighters responded to a call made by a woman who was inside one of the affected apartments. Officials said they believe the fire started at a restaurant around 4 a.m.

One of the firefighters suffered heat-related injuries and was transported to the hospital. His condition was not immediately released.

Mayor Tim Haak said “We’re very fortunate” that no other injuries occurred in such a massive fire and also thanked the community for their help.

We will update you when more information becomes available.

 









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