Both teenagers accused of setting the blaze that tore through a building in Watertown last week will have their cases go to a grand jury.
Police say a week ago today, 18-year-olds Scott Munson and John Long started the fire inside the structure on Newell Street.
While battling the flames, two firefighters were injured when a wall collapsed--T.G. Kolb told 7 News he suffered a broken pelvis and hip socket in the incident.
Munson, a Watertown resident, and Long of Brownville are facing fourth-degree arson, first-degree assault and first-degree reckless endangerment charges.
The two are remaining behind bars while the District Attorney's office prepares both cases for grand jury.