2 Injured, Including Firefighter In Bucks County Barn Fire - New York News

2 Injured, Including Firefighter In Bucks County Barn Fire

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SkyFOX flies over the scene of a large barn fire in Bucks County Tuesday night. SkyFOX flies over the scene of a large barn fire in Bucks County Tuesday night.
BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. -

A firefighter and another person were injured when a fire sparked inside of a large barn in Bucks County Tuesday.

The barn is located on the 100 block of Haflers Road in Sellersville.

Firefighters say the fire took hours to get under control.

Both the firefighter and the other person were injured after slipping on ice. Emergency responders say both are expected to be okay.

SkyFOX flew over the scene of the fire just before 6 p.m., where heavy smoke could be seen billowing from the roof.

It's not yet clear what caused the fire.

Stay with myfoxphilly.com and FOX 29 News for updates.

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