Seven firefighters were hurt battling an eight-alarm blaze in Queens.
A stubborn blaze at a one-story commercial building in New York City took more than 10 hours to bring under control and injured seven firefighters, one seriously.
Crews brought it under control at 4:40 a.m.
About 200 firefighters were at the scene throughout the night.
Viglione says three firefighters sustained burns, one to the face and head. They were taken to a hospital for treatment, including one who was sent to the burn unit at Jacobi Medical Center.
Four other firefighters suffered less serious injuries.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known.