1 civilian, 15 firefighters hurt in 3-alarm fire on West Gun Hill Road in Norwood

Officials say the flames ripped through two apartments and caused a partial roof collapse.

Officials say the flames ripped through two apartments and caused a partial roof collapse. (6/3/13)

THE BRONX - Several people were hurt during a three-alarm fire in a Norwood apartment building.

According to fire officials, it started on the sixth floor of 66 West Gun Hill Road at around 6 a.m. The flames ripped through two apartments and caused a partial roof collapse.

One person was treated for smoke inhalation, and 15 firefighters reported minor injuries. Some other residents have been displaced.

The cause is still under investigation.
 

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