BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, Ohio — Editor’s observe: Video on the high of this story was initially printed on Feb. 9, 2021, concerning how firefighters adapt battling flames whereas coping with chilly temperatures.
A Parma firefighter suffered a leg harm early Tuesday morning whereas aiding different firefighters in battling a blaze at a recycling plant in Brooklyn Heights. We’re advised the harm will not be severe.
Authorities inform 3News it took roughly 90 minutes to extinguish the flames within the 50 block of East Schaaf Street as a result of getting water all the way down to the hearth’s location was tough. Firefighters say the primary name got here in round 5:30 a.m.
Fireplace officers are reporting in depth injury, however say the construction was unoccupied on the time the hearth started. No extra particulars have been instantly out there, however we’ll replace this story as soon as extra info is launched.
Editor’s observe: Video within the participant above was initially printed on Feb. 12, 2021, concerning the Mason Auto Physique & Mechanical constructing fireplace in Rocky River.