2 died in 5-alarm fire that ravaged Queens block

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Two people died in a massive five-alarm fire that spread to several homes in Queens on Friday, FDNY reports and reports.

The victims were found in a three-story home on 104-19 125th Street in Ozone Park that collapsed after burning just after 1 p.m. 14, FDNY said on its Twitter account.

Windy conditions spread the flames to five other buildings, including three across the street, ABC 7 reported.

Firefighters discovered the bodies after putting the massive fire under control at. 16.45, according to their Twitter account.

A fire in Queens spread to several houses on Friday due to windy conditions.
A fire in Queens spread to several houses on Friday due to windy conditions.
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Queens Fire
Two people died in a massive inferno in Queens.
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There were two victims who died in the fire in a three-story home on 104-19 125th Street in Ozone Park.
There were two victims who died in the fire in a three-story home on 104-19 125th Street in Ozone Park.
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Fireman
Several houses along the street were destroyed in the fire.
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Five firefighters were injured when the fire was extinguished.
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Two hundred FDNY employees responded to the fire Friday.
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Five firefighters sustained minor injuries, according to ABC, with a total of 200 FDNY personnel responding.

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