LODI, N.J. -- Flames tore through a Lodi condominium complex Sunday evening, sending a firefighter to the hospital with a foot injury and collapsing the roof.
The three-alarm Harrison Avenue fire -- off Outwater Lane near the Garfield border -- quickly blew through the second-floor cockloft toward the roof.
The firefighter who required treatment was OK after his foot went through a floor, responders said.
Because the complex borders both towns, Lodi and Garfield firefighters were dually dispatched.
Assistance on-scene came from Saddle Brook, Wallington, and Rochelle Park, while Carlstadt, Elmwood Park, Hasbrouck Heights, Little Ferry and Maywood provided coverage.
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