By CBSNewYork Team

PEARL RIVER, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Fire struck a gun range in Rockland County, spreading to adjacent businesses and injuring half a dozen firefighters.

The flames broke out around noon Sunday and continued overnight.

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Smoke could be seen pouring from the shopping center on Middletown Road in Pearl River.

The business, Rise, features an indoor gun range and sits below a Dollar General store and Dunkin coffee shop. It’s location made the fire difficult and dangerous to fight.

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“It’s 20 or 30 feet down below grade. There’s no ventilation down there. I’m getting a lot of guys come up with CO poisoning,” Pearl River Fire Chief Jim Morrison said.

Units from about 20 departments responded, and six firefighters were sent to the hospital.

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There’s no word on what caused the fire.

CBSNewYork Team