A two-alarm fire caused damage to a N.Y. fire station Monday morning.
A firefighter with Golden's Bridge Fire Department was transported for smoke inhalation.
The department lost a rescue truck and two SUVs.
Firefighters raced into the building to retrieve four other pieces of apparatus as there was heavy fire encountered.
The fire appears to have started on the second floor, and there was significant structural damage, according to a report from the scene.
Personnel from South Salem, Vista, Bedford Hills and Croton Falls contributing. Two people were inside the building at the start of the fire, Police Chief Frank Secre told the Lewisboro Ledger.
A woman who saw smoke pouring from the building told reporters she called 911, and told them they weren't going to believe her but the firehouse was on fire.