FDNY firefighter injured at 5-alarm blaze in Harlem
Approximately 200 FDNY firefighters and EMS providers responded to the blaze, which took four hours to contain
By Leila Merrill
NEW YORK — It took nearly 200 FDNY firefighters and EMS providers more than four hours to get a five-alarm fire in Harlem under control, WABC-TV reported.
The fire started in one store after 3 a.m. and spread to others in the building.
One firefighter was injured and transported to a local hospital for treatment. No other injuries were reported.
FDNY members operated on scene of a 5-alarm fire at 490 Lenox Avenue in Manhattan earlier this morning . The fire is now under control. pic.twitter.com/TASgdQvPWc— FDNY (@FDNY) November 3, 2021