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7 people hurt in house fire on 41st Street, FDNY says

Source: Arjun Nath

Source: Arjun Nath

Aug. 12, 2014 By Christian Murray

Seven people, including 5 firefighters, suffered minor injuries after a fire broke out in a two story building in Astoria in the early of hours this morning, according to an FDNY spokesman.

The fire started at 1:04 am at 25-88 41st Street (near 28th Avenue), and when firefighters arrived on the scene the house was ablaze.

The FDNY said that the fire, which had spread throughout the house, was brought under control by 2:11 am.

A total of 106 firefighters arrived at the scene. The injured were transported to area hospitals.

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41st Street, by 28th Avenue.
Note: the previous version of this article incorrectly said 41st Street (by 28th Street).


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