2 New Orleans firefighters injured in house fire
NEW ORLEANS - Authorities say two New Orleans firefighters are recovering from injuries after a house on fire collapsed and trapped them under debris.
Firefighters say the house was "heavily involved" when the first unit arrived at the unoccupied, single-story structure early Tuesday morning.
Officials say firefighters were inside the home attacking the fire when the home collapsed.
The fire department says the home was then evacuated to do a roll call and a rescue team was sent in.
The two firefighters were rescued, taken to a hospital for minor injuries and later released. No other injuries were reported.
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