One firefighter was injured battling this four-alarm fire in Edina, Minnesota on Tuesday evening. Watch at :35 in the video above as two firefighters come out from between the fire building and the exposure on Side B (image below). Note the bundle of hose the second firefighter is carrying over his shoulder is burning a bit when he drops it on the ground.
The initial call came in at 11:22 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10, with reports of heavy smoke on the first floor of an apartment building in the 4100 block of Parklawn Avenue. The blaze eventually escalated to a four-alarm fire before crews were able to put it out, following more than an hour of grueling work.
Edina firefighters were joined by crews from Eden Prairie, Bloomington, Hopkins, Richfield and St. Louis Park, among others.
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