Dozens of firefighters responded to a four-alarm car fire in the Bronx Wednesday morning.
News 12 is told it started inside a parking garage inside 1959 Jerome Ave. near East 177th Street, under a repair and collision shop.
Dozens of firetrucks responded to the area around 2 a.m. where they battled heavy flames and smoke. The blazing fire quickly turned into a four-alarm fire, where even more firefighters were called to help battle the flames.
FDNY says a car inside the parking garage caught on fire and started spreading throughout the building.
News 12 is told those who were inside managed to get out on time.