NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — A raging fire at a building in Harlem left a family of six homeless, on Friday night.
The fire began at 7 p.m. in a restaurant on Frederick Douglass Avenue and West 155th Street.
Firefighters were able to gain control of the flames shortly after midnight, CBS 2 reported.
A family of two adults and four children were displaced by the blaze.
The fire also left six firefighters and a city environmental protection worker with minor injuries. There has been no word on what sparked the flames.
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