INDIANAPOLIS -- A firefighter was injured when crews had to rescue a man from a collapsed building in downtown Indianapolis.
Firefighters were called to the building at 9th and Illinois streets just after 5:30 p.m.
Two men told firefighters they were working on the building, which is being rehabilitated, when they heard a loud crack. Moments later, they say part of that building collapsed.
One of the men was able to make it out of the building by himself, but a second man had to be rescued from the second floor of the building.
A firefighter suffered a minor injury during the rescue and was taken to the hospital to be treated.
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