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Five-alarm Brooklyn blaze injures 6 firefighters as residents are evacuated
13 Sep 2020
Six New York City firefighters were injured in a five-alarm fire in Brooklyn on Saturday night, officials said on Twitter. "Firefighters battle the blaze in Brooklyn"
The fire was at a multi-residence home in the borough's southwest corner in the Dyker Heights neighborhood.
The New York Fire Department asked for "all hands" around midnight as the blaze grew and spread to a nearby home.
City Councilman Justin Brannan tweeted that three homes were affected but later tweeted it was two.