Saturday, June 25

2-Alarm Fire Collapse Traps Firefighters


A collapse in a 2-alarm fire in the 200 block of S. Stricker St. left firefighters trapped Monday morning. *UPDATE* (8:50am) According to an official fire department spokesperson, one firefighter remains trapped in the building. The Special Rescue Team that remains at the scene is working to free them. Three other firefighters have been transported to hospital in serious condition. (8:30 am) The third firefighter has been released from the building. They have been sent to Shock Trauma for treatment and their condition is unknown at this time, according to Baltimore Fire IAFF Local 734. (7:40 am) According to IAFF Baltimore Firefighters Local 734, another firefighter has been rescued by the Special Rescue Team. The firefighter was taken to an area hospital and his condition is considered serious. One more member remains trapped, teams are in contact and working to free them. According to the Baltimore Fire Department, since 6 a.m., firefighters have been on the scene of a 2-alarm fire at a vacant home in the 200 block of S. Sticker St. One firefighter was transported to the hospital in serious condition and we are working to rescue 2 additional firefighters inside. According to IAFF Baltimore Firefighters Local 734, three firefighters were trapped in the collapse. One has been rescued and taken to Shock Trauma in serious condition. The Special Rescue Team continues to work to free the other two. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

A collapse in a 2-alarm fire in the 200 block of S. Stricker St. left firefighters trapped Monday morning.

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*UPDATE*(8:50 a.m.) According to an official spokesperson for the fire department, one firefighter remains trapped in the building. The Special Rescue Team that remains at the scene is working to free them. Three other firefighters have been transported to hospital in serious condition.

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(8:30 am) The third firefighter has been released from the building. They were sent to Shock Trauma for treatment and their condition is unknown at this time, according to Baltimore Fire Brigade IAFF Local 734.

(7:40 am) According to Baltimore Fire IAFF Local 734, the Special Rescue Team rescued another firefighter. The firefighter was taken to an area hospital and his condition is considered serious. One more member remains trapped, teams are in contact and working to free them.

According to the Baltimore Fire Department, since 6 a.m., firefighters have been on the scene of a 2-alarm fire at a vacant home in the 200 block of S. Sticker St. One firefighter was transported to the hospital in serious condition and we are working. to rescue 2 additional firefighters inside.

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According to IAFF Baltimore Firefighters Local 734, three firefighters were trapped in the collapse. One has been rescued and taken to Shock Trauma in serious condition. The Special Rescue Team continues to work to free the other two.

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This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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