FDNY: 4-Alarm Fire In Brooklyn Caused By Lightning Strike
A lightning strike is apparently to blame for a fire in Brooklyn that forced the evacuation of 71 apartments on Friday, the FDNY said. It happened around 1 a.m. at a building on Rockaway Parkway in the Brownsville section of the borough. The fire started on the sixth floor and then quickly spread to about six apartments. CBS 2's Emily Smith reports.
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