Cops: Woman injured in fire at North Babylon limousine company

A woman suffered minor burns during a fire Saturday morning at limousine company offices in North Babylon, Suffolk police said.

Firefighters battled the blaze, which was reported at 9:27 a.m., at 956 Sunrise Hwy. Records indicate the structure houses the offices of Gold Star Limousine.

Police initially reported that no one was in the building, but they later said there was a woman, who was transported to an area hospital for her injuries. A police officer at the scene was treated for smoke inhalation, police said.


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The fire forced the closure of the East Sunrise Highway Service Road, near Deer Park Avenue. The road was reopened as of 3 p.m., police said.

The cause of the fire does not appear to be criminal, police said.

With Mackenzie Issler

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