By CBS3 Staff

ALLENTOWN, Pa. (CBS) – A three-alarm row home fire in Allentown sent one firefighter to the hospital and displaced at least eight people. The fire broke out around 10:45 a.m. Thursday in the 1100 block of Tilghman Street.

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Crews managed to rescue a resident who was trapped.

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One firefighter was taken to the hospital for overexertion and another was treated by EMS at the scene.

An Allentown police officer was involved in a crash while responding to the fire. The crash happened at South Eighth and Union Streets.

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The officer, as well as two people in another car, were taken to the hospital.

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All injuries were said to be minor.

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The crash is under investigation.