A firefighter was hurt working an overnight fire, on North Park Avenue, overnight Monday.
We're told the firefighter suffered a back injury and was sent to Buffalo General Hospital.
The fire started about 1:40 a.m. Monday. The house was occupied. The Red Cross was called to help three adults.
Firefighters say the fire started on the second floor and spread into the attic.
It caused about $225,000 in damage.
That was the third fire in four hours that this crew would battle in cold temperatures.
Firefighters didn't have a chance to "thaw out" according to the fire chief at the scene, before being called here.
Firefighters also worked a fire at 372 Humboldt about 11:00 p.m. Sunday.
Crews say fire started on the first floor and spread throughout the house.
No one was hurt. The fire is under investigation.
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