Photo Story: Two Firefighters Hurt at Mich. Four Alarmer

Two firefighters were injured during a four-alarm fire at a Roseville business on Jan. 8.


Two firefighters were injured during a four-alarm fire at a Roseville business on Jan. 8.

Roseville Stations 1 and 2 were called to 30066 Little Mack for a reported commercial building fire.

Engine 2 reported smoke showing and Battalion 1 requested a second alarm soon after.

Units began a defensive attack.

Mutual aid from Centerline, Clinton, Detroit Arsenal, East Pointe, Fraser, Harrison Township, Mount Clemons, Saint Clair Shores, Sterling Heights and Warren responded as the fire escalated to four alarms.

Four tower ladders, one quint and several hoselines and portable master streams were used to contain bring the fire under control.

One firefighter suffered injuries when they were pinned by the aerial while it was being moved. A second firefighter suffered a hand injury and both were transported to the hospital.