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Photo courtesy of Tony Nunziato
Photo courtesy of Tony Nunziato
Firefighters and citizens stand outside On the Road Again Inc. after an early morning fire on April 6 was extinguished.

No injuries were reported after a two-alarm fire broke out at a storefront on Grand Avenue in Maspeth on Friday morning.

Fire department sources said they responded to the fire at 65-01 Grand Ave. —  On the Road Again Inc. Children’s Consignment Store — at approximately 5:51 a.m. on April 6. The blaze was upgraded to a two-alarm blaze at 6:09 a.m., according to FDNY officials. 

By 8 a.m., firefighters had the fire under control, officials said. There was nobody inside the building at the time of the incident and nobody was injured, according to officials.

The FDNY does not yet have any information about how the fire started or the extent of the damage to the store, officials said.

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