6 FDNY members injured in Staten Island building fire, officials say

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Officials respond to a fire in Staten Island, March 31, 2021.

MARINERS HARBOR, Staten Island — Officials responded to a massive fire in a commercial building on Staten Island, where images showed thick, gray smoke billowing from the top of the structure.

First responders got the call for the fire at 60 Davidson Street near Mersereau Avenue at around 2:30 p.m., the FDNY said; it’s since grown to five alarms.

Officials said six people were injured in the blaze: one EMS member was severely injured, and five firefighters suffered minor injures

Nearly 200 FDNY and EMS personnel responded to the scene.

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