Seven Firefighters Hurt in Queens 7-Alarm Fire

Seven firefighters taken to local hospitals.
(Fire Department City of New York photo, Twitter)

Multiple calls for fire at Box 4464

FirefighterNation Staff

QUEENS, New York – A seven-alarm fire injured at least seven firefighters and damaged several businesses in Queens on Friday evening.

The fire started around midnight at 37th Avenue and Main Street in Flushing.

The FDNY says the fire started in a hair salon and had extended into an adjacent three-story building.

Over 200 firefighters were on scene and it took approximately seven hours to extinguish the blaze.

Seven firefighters were taken to an area hospital with non-critical injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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