NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — More than 200 firefighters battled an intense fire in Williamsburg on Thursday.
The FDNY says it broke out on the second floor of a three-story apartment building on Montrose Avenue just after 6 p.m.READ MORE: Caught On Video: Community Refrigerator Stolen Off Midwood Street In Broad Daylight
The flames then took over the third floor, burned through the roof and spread to three other buildings.
All residents were able to get out safely.
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Two firefighters suffered minor injuries.
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