2-alarm Aberdeen building fire leaves firefighter injured

A firefighter was injured early Wednesday morning while fighting a two-alarm fire in Aberdeen. Authorities said firefighters were called around 6:30 a.m. to Bel Air Avenue, where a two-story building was on fire. It took about 55 firefighters a half hour to contain the fire to the floor and ceiling. Authorities said one firefighter was injured after falling through a floor. The firefighter is OK, Aberdeen Fire Battalion Chief Joshua Montague said. The fire chief said it was a difficult fire to handle.