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About a dozen residents displaced by fire in Mineola, official says

About a dozen residents displaced by fire in Mineola, official says
About a dozen residents were displaced Friday night after a commercial building with four apartments on the second floor caught fire in Mineola as temperatures dipped below freezing, a fire official s

SEARCH Long Island Sports Newsday TV News Feed Me Opinion Business Obituaries Newsday Live span p1/15/2022Good Morning SEARCH span p1/15/2022Good Morning Long Island Nassau About a dozen residents displaced by fire in Mineola, official says Print Share i pShare Tweet Email About a dozen residents were displaced Friday night after a commercial building with four apartments on the second floor caught fire in Mineola as temperatures dipped below freezing, a fire official said.Share on Facebook Share on TwitterNo one was injured, said Nassau County Chief Fire Marshal Michael Uttaro and Nassau County police.Mineola firefighters responded to the fire at the building, which has first-floor stores, on Second Street near Senate Street, Uttaro said.

The fire was under investigation, Uttaro said.A total of 125 firefighters from 22 fire departments eventually came to the scene, he said.

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