Six people suffered minor injuries and at least a dozen families are displaced after a massive fire tore through a Bronx apartment building Monday, reports pix11.com.
The fire started just before noon in the complex at 1750 Montgomery Avenue, near 176th St., according to the FDNY. It quickly grew to five alarms and left four firefighters and two residents with minor injuries.
“There’s always challenges because some of the sealants on the top floor were almost concrete. And so we have to pull them down. It’s very difficult,” Chief of Department James Leonard said.
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