An early morning Brooklyn fire injured four children and one adult in the Wyckoff Gardens public housing development. Credit: File photo An early morning Brooklyn fire injured four children and one adult in the Wyckoff Gardens public housing development.
Credit: Metro file photo

An early morning blaze in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn injured four children and one adult in the Wyckoff Gardens public housing development.

Firefighters rescued two infants — one of which was said to have been in critical condition — and an older child, all of whom were taken to Methodist Hospital.

 

Authorities said a fourth child, also older, was taken to Cornell Hospital in critical condition. FDNY also rescued an adult, who the Daily News reported as the 63-year-old grandmother to the children, from the fire.

Officials said that the blaze broke out around 2:15 a.m. on the fifth floor of the three-building complex home to around 1,220 people.

Investigators had not yet determined what caused the fire by Sunday afternoon.

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