3-alarm fire displaces at least 6 families in Williamsburg

A massive three-alarm fire in Williamsburg displaced at least six families today.According to fire officials, the flames tore through two apartment buildings and damaged a

BROOKLYN - A massive three-alarm fire in Williamsburg displaced at least six families today.

According to fire officials, the flames tore through two apartment buildings and damaged a third on Conselyea Street at around 12:30 p.m. They say the roofs collapsed at two of the buildings.

Officials say one firefighter was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

The Red Cross is helping the families find a place to stay.

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