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Firefighters look into cause of 4-alarm blaze in Corona

Firefighters battle a four-alarm blaze on Northern Boulevard in Corona. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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CORONA — The FDNY said the cause of a four-alarm fire that damaged three buildings in Corona Sunday night is still under investigation.

The Fire Department received a call at around 10 p.m. Sunday about a four-alarm fire in three mixed-use buildings around 104-15 Northern Blvd., FDNY said.

The department said the fire drew 39 units and 168 firefighters before it was put out Monday morning at 12:30 a.m.

One firefighter sustained minor injuries in the blaze, the FDNY said.

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