11 families displaced by fire on Dumont Avenue in East New York

Eleven families are without a home after a two-alarm fire in East New York. The blaze broke out on the fourth floor of a Dumont

The Red Cross is providing affected tenants with housing, food and clothing.

The Red Cross is providing affected tenants with housing, food and clothing. (8/13/13)

BROOKLYN - Eleven families are without a home after a two-alarm fire in East New York.

The blaze broke out on the fourth floor of a Dumont Avenue apartment building Monday morning.

The Red Cross is now helping to provide housing, food and clothing to the displaced tenants, but no one was hurt.

Firefighters are still trying to determine what sparked the flames.

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