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Firefighters trapped in Brooklyn warehouse blaze
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Five New York City firefighters are recovering Wednesday after they were trapped in a Brooklyn warehouse that was on fire Tuesday evening.
The second-alarm fire broke out at Surprise Plastics on 57th Street in Sunset Park.
Maydays rang out for two firefighters after their legs got caught in a floor that collapsed.
They were able to free themselves and escape the building. They were not seriously injured.
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