A seven-alarm fire engulfed a warehouse crammed with official documents near the waterfront in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Saturday morning, sending plumes of brown, acrid smoke into the air that were visible as far away as New Jersey. By late afternoon, 10 hours after it began at 6:20 a.m., the fire was still burning, with flames consuming court files, hospital records and social service documents, and firefighters battling brutal cold and wind in addition to the blaze itself, Chief of Department James E. [ 42 more words. ]
Video Of Brooklyn **77-22-3055**2nd Alarm** 1713 East 36 Street Between Quentin Road and Avenue R battalion 33 transmitting the 2nd alarm for fire out the windows of a 2 story private dwelling. By: Johnny G
If your just waking up in NYC, there is a 5 alarm fire in Brooklyn. The wind is howlin'. Companies are running smoke odors all the way down in the Rockaways which is coming from the fire in Brooklyn. Great Job By Tower Ladder Company...
NYCFireWire.com Great Job By Tower Ladder Company 119 and All The other Units Continuing to Operate at Brooklyn's 6th Alarm, Fighting the fire in A Very Large warehouse At 5 North 11th Street, With heavy Fire throughout along with temperatures in the Teens with Real Feel temperatures below zero. Here is Just a Look on how cold it really is.