BALTIMORE (AP) — Fire officials say a firefighter and another person suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a fire in northeast Baltimore.
Officials say the fire broke out around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday at a two-story duplex. Firefighters got it under control in about 50 minutes.
Officials say the injured firefighter and civilian were taken to a hospital. It’s not clear how many people were in the home when the fire started, and the cause is under investigation.
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