BRONX, N.Y. - Six people, including a baby, were hurt in one of two fast-moving Bronx fires Monday morning.
The call came in around 5:30 a.m. for the fire in a six-story apartment building located at 225 McClellan Street in Concourse.
Fire officials say flames broke out in a grocery store on the first floor and quickly moved upwards.
A 9-month-old baby was taken to an area hospital and is expected to be okay.
Five firefighters also suffered non-life threatening injuries.
"This fire was very difficult to keep up with. It got into what we call a void space in the walls between the first floor and the top floor so it took multiple hose lines, many firefighters to open up the walls and the ceilings to expose the fire so we could extinguish it."
More than 200 firefighters and EMS were called to the scene.
The fire marshal is working to determine what caused the blaze.
Meanwhile, the Red Cross is assisting families who were displaced during a fire in the Morrisania section Monday morning.
Three people, including two firefighters were hurt in the blaze located at 806 Freeman Street.
The FDNY responded to the scene just before 4 a.m.
Fire officials say all the injuries were non life-threatening.
The fire was under control within a couple of hours of fire officials arriving.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.