Three firefighters injured in fast-moving Long Island blaze: cops

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Dramatic photographs present a raging inferno that engulfed a Long Island house Sunday morning, leaving three firefighters injured, police stated.

An off-duty smoke eater noticed the blaze at 88 Woodycrest Drive whereas driving in Farmingville round 1 a.m. and sprung into motion, cops stated.

According to police, the fire was spotted by an off-duty firefighter who immediately jumped into the frenzy to help out.
According to police, the hearth was noticed by an off-duty firefighter who instantly jumped into the frenzy to assist out.
Christopher Sabella
The inferno broke out around 1 a.m. on October 3, 2021.
The inferno broke out round 1 a.m. on October 3, 2021.
Christopher Sabella
Three firefighters sustained non-life threatening injures and were treated at a nearby hospital.
Three firefighters sustained non-life threatening injures and have been handled at a close-by hospital.
Christopher Sabella
According to police, the injures were caused by electricity.
According to police, the injures have been attributable to electrical energy.
Christopher Sabella

“He stopped and went into the home and safely evacuated all occupants,” the Suffolk County Police Department stated in a press release. “Three firefighters sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital for treatment.”

None of the residents have been injured, cops stated.

The Suffolk County Police Arson Section detectives are investigating.