2-alarm fire leaves dozens homeless in Morrisania

Dozens of Bronx residents have been left homeless after a two-alarm fire broke out last night.Officials say the fire broke out in a top story

THE BRONX - Dozens of Bronx residents have been left homeless after a two-alarm fire broke out last night.

Officials say the fire broke out in a top story of a building on Sheridan Avenue in Morrisania around midnight.

The fire left 30 people homeless and nine firefighters injured.

Officials say the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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