At least five firefighters were hurt battling a raging four-alarm fire that ripped through a Brooklyn warehouse early Thursday morning.
FDNY says it got a call about the restaurant equipment warehouse fire on monitor street shortly after midnight.
Officials described a “deep seeded” blaze that was difficult to locate, and after firefighters spent an hour battling the fire from the inside of the warehouse they moved to an exterior attack for safety.
About 200 firefighters and ems personnel responded. all of the injured firefighters were taken to hospitals, no civilians were hurt.
Firefighters said they believe no one was inside when the fire began. The flames started on the first floor but quickly spread to the entire two-story building, officials said. a cause of the blaze remains under investigation.