CORONA, Queens — At least seven people were left injured after flames ripped through a Queens home early Wednesday morning, according to the FDNY.
Fire officials said the fire began around 5:30 a.m. in a private home at 94-21 40th Road in the Corona section of the borough.
The three-alarm blaze was burning on the second and third floors of the home, the FDNY said.
Authorities said around 138 firefighters from 33 units were working to put the fire under control Wednesday morning.
The FDNY said five civilians and two firefighters sustained injuries. The extent of these injuries is not currently known.
Editor's note: The neighborhood of the fire has been updated to Corona.