Updated information on the firefighters who were injured:
Capt. Thomas Sterling Suddarth, a 15-year veteran of the department, was the most seriously injured of the four and is being treated at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem.
Senior firefighter Matthew Clapp is being treated at Moses Cone Hospital for leg injuries. He has been with the department for five years.
Capt. Shane Boswell, a 21 year veteran of the department, was treated for minor injuries and released from Cone hospital.
Senior firefighter Bryan Bachemin, who has been with the department for four years, was also treated for minor injuries and released from Cone hospital.
Four firefighters have been taken to thehospital for injuries from a large structure fire on South Elm Street in Greensboro.
Their conditions are unknown at this time.
Four Greensboro firefighters were injured battling a blaze at an auto repair shop Thursday afternoon.
The fire broke out at Import Knight Body Repair at 811 S. Elm St. at 12:47 p.m. Several fire trucks and EMS units quickly responded.
Greensboro Fire Deputy Chief Clarence Hunter said the roof of the building collapsed, and four firefighters were taken to Moses Cone Hospital for unspecified injuries.
A fire in downtown Greensboro sent four firefighters to the hospital Thursday afternoon and smoke from the blaze could be seen billowing far from the city’s center.
Greensboro Fire Department officials said the roof at Import Knight Auto Repair at 811 S. Elm St. collapsed as firefighters were battling the blaze.