Fire destroys Williamsburg gas station

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BROOKLYN — Firefighters responded to a fire at a gas station in Williamsburg early Thursday morning.

The fire appeared to have started at the Gulf gas station at 392 Leonard Street and spread to the adjoining repair shop.

All firefighters have been accounted for after the roof collapsed.

No injuries were reported.

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