Fire struck an apartment building in the Broadway section of Flushing Monday for the second time in a year and a half, causing minor injuries to several firefighters and temporarily displacing at least one family.
An apartment on the sixth floor of 35-91 161st St. went up in flames around 3:20 p.m. Monday, Some firefighters suffered minor injuries that did not require medical attention and a sixth-floor resident lost some pets in the fire, which otherwise spared the tenants in the prewar building, residents and the Fire Department said.
The Fire Department said it appeared the fire was not suspicious, said firefighter Joseph Leoncavallo.
The fire occurred in apartment 6H
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