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No reported injuries in early-morning apartment fire in Bohemia, officials say

On Monday, firefighters from at least nine Suffolk County departments have been battling a blaze for more than an hour at an apartment complex in Bohemia, Suffolk police and fire officials said. The fire at the Fairfield Sunrise Gardens complex was reported in a 911 call to police at 4:33 a.m. (Credit: James Carbone)

It took firefighters from at least nine Suffolk County departments more than four hours to bring a fire at an apartment complex in Bohemia under control early Monday, Suffolk police and fire officials said.

The fire at the Fairfield Sunrise Gardens complex was reported in a 911 call to police at 4:33 a.m.

Fire officials said the blaze was declared under control at about 9 a.m.

Fire officials said firefighters from Bohemia, West Sayville, Sayville, Holbrook, Bayport, Blue Point, Lakeland, East Islip and Islip Terrace all responded, as did ambulance crews from Sayville Ambulance and Islip Exchange Ambulance.

There were no reported injuries, but officials could not immediately say how many residents have been displaced by the blaze.

The apartment complex is located along Middleton Road between Chelsea Court and Sussex Place, officials said.

Fire officials said the building affected appears to have about 12 units.

Police said arson squad detectives are expected to investigate the cause of the blaze as a matter of procedure. Additional details were not immediately available.

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