The smoky three-alarm fire consumed the top two floors of the structure.
Heavy fire engulfs the second floor of the structure.
A firefighter enters the burning structure.
A firefighter slipped while overhauling the second floor of the structure.
A firefighter is cooled down after battling the three-alarm fire.
Two firefighters and one resident were injured Tuesday in a three-alarm fire at a home in Jamaica Plain.
The fire started shortly after 10 a.m. on South Street. Flames and smoke could be seen billowing from the roof of the house.
One firefighter was burned ad another suffered a cut on his hand, but neither injury is considered serious, officials said.
An injured resident was hospitalized with unknown injuries.
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