A firefighter was injured Wednesday morning as he battled a blaze at a landmark South Street pizzeria.
The fire at Lorenzo and Son’s Pizza, at 3rd and South Street, was first reported at 10:26 a.m. Firefighters placed it under control shortly before noon.
The three-story building at 305 South St. houses the pizzeria on the ground floor and several apartments above, said Executive Fire Chief Richard Davison.
A hole in the wall that does brisk business after last call, Lorenzo’s is known for brusque counter workers and New York-style pizza slices the size of your head. It was founded in 1988.
The injured firefighter was transported to a nearby hospital in stable condition, Davison said. The extent of his injuries were not immediately known. No other injuries were reported.
A cause had not been determined and the extent of the damage to the building was not clear.