L Train Service Restored as Fire Still Burns in Brooklyn

Five-alarm blaze at Bushwick cabinet factory

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    The fire was reported at a two-story cabinet warehouse in Bushwick. The fire department says one firefighter has been injured. It says the cause of the fire hasn't been determined but the fire isn't considered suspicious.

    L train service that had been disrupted by a fire at a Brooklyn warehouse has been restored.

    Transit officials say service was back at 5:15 a.m. Friday between Broadway Junction and Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenue. But they say trains are bypassing the Bushwick Avenue-Aberdeen Street station in both directions.

    Service was suspended Thursday night because of a smoke condition at the Wilson Avenue station.

    The fire was reported at a two-story cabinet warehouse in Bushwick. The fire department says one firefighter has been injured. It says the cause of the fire hasn't been determined but the fire isn't considered suspicious.