A fire broke in a building at the corner of Crown Street and Albany Avenue in Crown Heights late Friday night.
Firefighters responded to reports of a building fire at 1:41 am, Citizen App reported.
The building houses 2 large Shuls, each of which is used regularly as event halls, as well as a school.
Shul congregants told COLlive the fire began in the kitchen of the Beis Levi Yitzchok Shul on the second floor of the building.
Firefighters reported that the fire spread to multiple apartments, before they got it under control.
None of the residents were injured.
The Beis Levi Yitzchok shul kitchen sustained much damage, and other parts have sustained extensive water damage, however the Shul was able to be used for davening. A kiddush which was meant to be held in the Shul was moved to the other Shul in the building.
Fire in Apartment Building @CitizenApp
556 Crown Street 1:41:05 AM EDT