NY Post - December 10, 2006by JOHN DOYLE
Fire tore through a Brooklyn cardboard warehouse early yesterday morning, raging for almost four hours before the Big Apple's Bravest brought the blaze under control.
Fire officials said 33 units and 138 firefighters battled the Van Dyke Street blaze in Red Hook from around 7 to 11 a.m.
There were no injuries reported in the three-alarm inferno and, remarkably, there was only limited exterior damage to the building.
From the outside, most of the harm appeared to be contained to the building's interior, although it seemed much of the inventory was destroyed.