KENT COUNTY, Md. (WJZ)—Four firefighters suffered minor injuries after a 4-alarm blaze tore through an IT building at Washington College on Saturday night.

It happened just before 8:00 p.m. in the 500 block of Washington Ave.

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According to officials, the building was currently in use by Washington College and housed their Business Office and Office of Information Technology.

Authorities say upon arrival to the scene flames were visible at the front corner of the building.

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As firefighters worked to control the fire, they say multiple roofs, dropped ceilings and concealed spaces hampered the operations.

The fire was brought under control late Saturday night, the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company says four fighters were injured in the blaze. They were transported and have since been released.

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Washington Avenue, which is also Maryland State Route 213, was closed for several hours as crews worked to battle the blaze.