Firefighters battled a 2-alarm blaze just blocks from the Pride March route Sunday afternoon, officials said.
Twelve firefighters were injured at the Hudson Street fire, an FDNY spokesperson said. The exact injuries were not immediately clear, but two firefighters had more serious injuries and at least one firefighter was taken to the hospital.
About 60 firefighters are on the scene of the second floor blaze, officials said. They had it under control after about two hours.
It is not yet clear what sparked the fire.
Eleven firefighters were hurt, two seriously, in a 4-alarm blaze at a 2-story building in Queens Saturday evening.
Smoke was seen pouring out of the building on Myrtle Avenue around 9 p.m. Officials say a Farmer’s Market is located in the building.
FDNY said nine firefighters suffered minor injuries and two others had injuries listed as serious. One civilian had a minor injury.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.