Fire Put Out At 3 Story Building On Lexington Ave.

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/03 11:47 pm
Lexington Firefighters put out a fire Tuesday afternoon at a 3-story apartment building.

Crews were called to the 200 block of the Lexington Avenue around 5:20.

Firefighters said everyone managed to get out of the building safely.

There were no reported injuries to residents or firefighters.

Crews shut off utilities to the building as a precaution.

No one will be allowed to stay in the apartment units for the time being.

According the Fire Department's incident status webpage, 19 fire units were called to the scene.

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