A row house fire in South Philly left five firefighters hospitalized Thursday.
The fire broke out just after 5 p.m. on the 2000 block of S Garnett Street. The blaze was under control after about 30 minutes but at a cost.
Five firefighters were hurt and taken to local hospitals.
Some of the injured firefighters suffered smoke inhalation while others suffered shock injuries possibly from a wire falling onto standing water, fire officials said.
Luckily none of the injuries were life threatening, according to officials.
No cause was immediately released.
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