3-alarm fire leaves Lexington Avenue tenants homeless in Bed-Stuy

Officials say that quick-moving flames engulfed three row

Officials say that quick-moving flames engulfed three row houses Sunday night.

BROOKLYN - Several Bed-Stuy residents are homeless after a quick-moving fire engulfed three row houses.

Officials say the three-alarm blaze started in a car port behind 618 Lexington Ave. at around 6 p.m. Sunday. The flames then spread to the buildings on either side.

The fire was contained in an hour, and no injuries were reported.  

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