Residents, shop owners pick up the pieces after warehouse fire

BROOKLYN - Residents and business owners on Fulton Street are trying to get their lives back in order following a stubborn warehouse fire on their block that burned for 15 hours. Seven firefighters were injured battling the seven-alarm fire at a vacant factory on Monday. Fulton Street remains closed directly in front of the building that went up in flames, but neighbors in the area are getting back to business now that the smoke has cleared. Fire officials are still investigating the cause. The city's Department of Buildings says the warehouse did not have any complaints or violations before the fire. Stubborn East NY warehouse fire brought under controlChopper 12 video over Fulton Street 7-alarm factory fireVacant factory fire continues to burn

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