UPDATE@3:45p.m. Sept. 8
The fire was ruled as suspicious and two to three units are damaged to the point of being uninhabitable, according to Huber Heights Fire Chief Mark Ashworth.
A firefighter from the Dayton Fire Department, which responded to provide mutual aid, was injured while battling the flames, Ashworth said.
The firefighter, a 15-year veteran and former medic, remains a patient at Miami Valley Hospital. Ashworth said the hospital stay is a precautionary measure. He said the firefighter suffered second-degree burns to his back, but potentially suffered respiratory burns.
The firefighter's identity was not released.
Multiple fire crews have been called to a fire in Huber Heights.
The fire was reported around 3:30 p.m. at an apartment building in the 6400 block of Bellefontaine Road.
Medics were called and mutual aid was also requested to the scene, according to scanner traffic.
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