Firefighter hurt battling flames at vacant Indy house

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A firefighter was injured while working to put out a fire at a vacant house on the near west side of Indianapolis, according to the Indianapolis Fire Department.

Around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, crews were called to a fire at 124 North Belmont Street.

IFD says the flames caused the rear of the house to collapse.

Neighbors said squatters are in and out of the house on a regular basis, according to the fire department.

The condition of the injured firefighter is unknown.

An investigation into the fire is ongoing.

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