Fire breaks out inside Williamsburg support center

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WILLIAMSBURG -

A fire broke out Friday inside of a Williamsburg support center for people struggling with heath and housing issues.

Officials say it took more than 100 emergency responders to get the fire under control around 12:30 p.m. at Comunilife, located at 113 Throop Ave.

An employee says they'll likely relocate to other branches around the city.

Four people, including three firefighters, suffered minor injuries. They're expected to be OK.

The cause of the fire is remains under investigation.

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