A four-alarm fire burned through a row of at least four stores in the Bronx Monday night. The flames broke out in one restaurant on Bailey Avenue in Kingsbridge just after 11:30 p.m. It spread to several others, including two more restaurants and a corner grocery store.
Video showed heavy flames shooting from the roof of the buildings.
It took firefighters about 90 minutes to put out the fire. One firefighter was treated for a minor injury. FDNY Fire Marshals determined the cause of the fire to be electrical wiring and ruled it accidental.
Smoke alarms were present, but it is unknown if they were operational.