DETROIT (WWJ) – Three Detroit firefighters injured while battling a fire on the city’s north end.

Detroit firefighters at the scene of an early morning blaze. (WWJ/Charlie Langton)

Detroit firefighters at the scene of an early morning blaze. (WWJ/Charlie Langton)

Deputy Fire Commissioner David Fornell telling WWJ’s Charlie Langton that several firefighters were injured while battling the blaze.

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“There are three firefighters injured,” said Fornell, “two with back injuries, one with burns to the face.”

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Just after 8 a.m. Detroit firefighters were called to the multi-family home on Harmon and Brush – there were no other reported injuries in the complex.

The firefighters are in stable condition at Detroit Receiving Hospital.

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The cause of the fire is being investigated.