Employees return to burned storefront after fire damages business

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Employees of a women's clothing store that caught fire in the Bronx returned to the business Friday.

The three-alarm fire ripped through the Bon Bini store on Fordham Road Thursday night.

Employees say they believe the fire started in the back of their bosses’ office in the corner of the store.

They returned to the store to find burned clothing, charred and broken walls and cracked glass.

More than 100 firefighters responded to the scene.

Two firefighters and a police officer suffered minor injuries and were transported to the hospital.

Employees of the store say they were up all night cleaning and now they are out of a job.

Firefighters say they are working to determine the cause of the blaze.  

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