PA Firefighter Injured Battling 2-Alarm House Fire

The injured firefighter was taken to the hospital, and crews from five fire companies were needed to get the residential blaze in Donora under control.

A Pennsylvania firefighter was injured while battling a two-alarm house fire Monday night.

The blaze broke out before 5 p.m. at a home in Donora, KDKA-TV reports. Firefighters from five fire companies took nearly two hours to get the flames under control.

The injured firefighter was taken to the hospital to be treated. Details about the firefighter's condition and injuries were not known, according to KDKA.

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