2 MTA buses re-routed away from cleanup site of 6-alarm fire in Bushwick

Officials have re-routed two MTA buses as the cleanup effort continues on a blocked-off road where a six-alarm fire destroyed multiple apartment buildings and businesses in Bushwick. The B38 and B60

News 12 Staff

Mar 31, 2016, 4:09 PM

Updated 2,978 days ago

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2 MTA buses re-routed away from cleanup site of 6-alarm fire in Bushwick
Officials have re-routed two MTA buses as the cleanup effort continues on a blocked-off road where a six-alarm fire destroyed multiple apartment buildings and businesses in Bushwick.
The B38 and B60 have been re-routed away from Dekalb Avenue in Bushwick so that workers could continue to clean the area, assuring it is safe for cars to travel on.
The fire tore through six buildings in Bushwick Tuesday night around 10 p.m., displacing dozens of people and destroying homes and businesses.
Fire officials say at least a dozen people were treated for minor injuries, including a firefighter.
Red Cross officials say at least 60 people lived in the badly burned buildings, and 21 families were displaced.


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