1 injured in 3-alarm fire on Snyder Ave. in Flatbush

At least one person was injured after a three-alarm fire broke out at two homes in Brooklyn Wednesday.

At least one person was injured after a three-alarm fire broke out at two homes in Brooklyn Wednesday.

At least one person was injured after a three-alarm fire broke out at two homes in Brooklyn Wednesday. (8/3/16)

BROOKLYN - At least one person was injured after a three-alarm fire broke out at two homes in Brooklyn Wednesday. 

It happened around 12 a.m. on Snyder Avenue and East 55th Street in Flatbush.

Neighbors say flames and smoke were pouring out of its windows. 

However, firefighters say they were able to get the flames under control in less than an hour. 

The windows of the home have since been boarded up.

Firefighters say one person was hurt, but the injuries do not seem to be life threatening.

Officials are investigating the cause of the fire.

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