FDNY: Lightning to blame for multiple fires on Pulaski Street in Bed-Stuy

The FDNY says lightning is to blame for multiple fires on one Bed-Stuy street that left dozens of people homeless. The first fire started at

The FDNY say fires broke out on opposite

The FDNY say fires broke out on opposite sides of Pulaski Street, displacing dozens of tenants.

BROOKLYN - The FDNY says lightning is to blame for multiple fires on one Bed-Stuy street that left dozens of people homeless.

The first fire started at 166 Pulaski St. at around 11 p.m. Wednesday. Flames then broke out right across the street at 169 Pulaski St. at around 3 a.m. Thursday, and quickly spread to two other apartment buildings.

The Red Cross says it's helping about 10 families who have been displaced.

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