Two-alarm blaze levels vacant Bushwick building

A two-alarm fire burned a Bushwick building to the ground early Wednesday morning.Residents say the Jefferson Street building had been vacant for about six months.

BUSHWICK - A two-alarm fire burned a Bushwick building to the ground early Wednesday morning.Residents say the Jefferson Street building had been vacant for about six months. They add that squatters and drug addicts had been living in it. A neighboring building was also damaged and two people had to be evacuated. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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