A dozen firefighters suffered minor accidents early Sunday responding to a five-alarm home fireplace in Brooklyn, authorities stated.
The blaze broke out shortly earlier than midnight inside a house within the Dyker Heights part of Brooklyn.
More than 200 firefighters responded to the scene and battled the hearth for 4 hours because it unfold right into a neighboring residence at 74th Street and thirteenth Avenue.
The Fire Department of New York stated all occupants of the residence had been accounted for, and no civilians had been injured.
The reason for the hearth remained below investigation.