[Update, 4:29 p.m., Sunday]
A second Wilton firefighter was reportedly injured battling a major fire at a condominium complex at Wilton Crest, which as of 4 p.m. was under control.
According to a report in The Hour of Norwalk, the second firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion at the scene. The other firefighter was reportedly injured by falling debris and was transported to Norwalk Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
According to the report, a total of 15 units in the complex were destroyed or heavily damaged — and at least a dozen families have been displaced.
Fire officials are reportedly investigating the cause.
[Original report, 1 p.m., Sunday:]
A firefighter is reportedly in stable condition at Norwalk Hospital after being injured while battling a large structure fire at a condominium complex in Wilton currently underway.
According to a report in The Hour of Norwalk, crews from the New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, Ridgefield, Weston and Georgetown fire departments joined Wilton firefighters in responding to the fast-moving fire that started just before 12 noon Sunday.
At least four units at Wilton Crest off Wolfpit Road were reported fully-invovled as of 1 p.m., as crews battled to keep the fire from spreading to other buildings in the complex, according to The Hour.
Wilton Patch will provide updates as they become available.