BLAZE RIPS THROUGH CROWS NEST RESTAURANT
Two firefighters have been injured battling a blaze that ripped through two buildings on Sydney's north shore.
The fire, on Alexander Street at Crows Nest, started in a restaurant on Saturday, before spreading to a real estate agent premises next door.
The fire, which has now been extinguished, forced the closure of part of the street and caused around five people to be evacuated.
Two firefighters were injured, one suffering a cut to his head and the other a back problem, Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Tom Cooper told Triple M's Newsroom
Both men were treated by paramedics at the scene. Investigators were working to determine the cause of the blaze.
One fire fighter suffered back pain, and another suffered a cut to the side to his head... it is not known how they sustained these injuries, however they were treated at the scene by Ambulance
Supt Cooper said at this stage it was not thought to be suspicious.