Firefighters Battle 2 Huge Bronx Fires, 6 Injuries Including 1 Baby Reported

1010 Wins - August 05, 2019

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Firefighters are battling two huge fires in the Bronx.

Three firefighters have been seriously injured in a four-alarm fire in the in Morrisania section of the Bronx.

All three are suffering from smoke inhalation and at least one of the firefighters was rushed to Lincoln Hospital.

One civilian was also treated for minor injuries.

175 firefighters and 42 units responded to the fire located at 806 Freeman Street. The fire spread to other buildings but was brought under control at approximately 6:10 a.m.

Firefighters are also battling a 6-alarm fire in an apartment building in the Concourse section of the Bronx.

The blaze has spread to all floors of the building at 225 McClellan Street.

200 firefighters and 44 units are on that scene.

Fire officials say three firefighters and a baby were injured.

Two firefighters were taken to Bronx Lebanon Hospital officials say.