FDNY respond to fire at Macy’s flagship store

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FDNY respond to fire at Macy's flagship store

One person was injured when a fire broke out at Macy’s flagship store in Manhattan on Saturday night.

Firefighters responded to the main entrance of the department store on West 34th Street in Herald Square around 7:20 p.m.

The blaze was under control less than an hour later, according to the FDNY.

One person in the store suffered a minor injury and was taken to Lenox Hill HealthPlex, officials said.

The fire broke out on the main floor of the store.

It wasn’t clear how it started, the fire department said.

The fire was under control less than an hour later, as one person suffered a minor injury and was taken to Lenox Hill HealthPlex.
William Miller
Firefighters responded to the main entrance of the department store, but it wasn't clear how it started, the fire department said.
Firefighters responded to the main entrance of the department store, but it wasn’t clear how it started, the fire department said.
William Miller

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