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Fires break out across Brooklyn

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Busy, harrowing night for FDNY as multiple infernos break out across the Big Apple in Hurricane Sandy’s wake. Here’s a look at activity on the official FDNY Twitter feed:

BKLYN 2-ALARM 213 BUTLER ST, PRIVATE DWELLING FIRE TOP FLR,

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

BKLYN 2-ALARM 1423 E 87 ST, PRIVATE DWELLING FIRE IN BASEMENT AND 1ST FLR, UNDER CONTROL

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

BX 3-ALARM 1 CITY ISLAND AVE, COMMERCIAL FIRE ON 1ST FLR OF RESTAURANT, UNDER CONTROL

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

BKLYN 2-ALARM 141 6TH ST, COMMERCIAL FIRE IN RECYCLING PLANT, UNDER CONTROL

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

BKLYN 2-ALARM 1423 E 87 ST, PRIVATE DWELLING FIRE IN BASEMENT AND 1ST FLR,

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

BKLYN 2-ALARM 1423 E 87 ST, PRIVATE DWELLING FIRE IN BASEMENT AND 1ST FLR,

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 30, 2012

And here’s what NYC Twitter users and friends and family of NYC residents are tweeting late tonight:

#brooklyn smells like fire. #sandy

— Tova Chatz (@tovadc) October 30, 2012

Fire in #Brooklyn caused by #HurricaneSandy RT:”@iofboropark: Now @ 1st ave x 39 st: twitter.com/iOfBoroPark/st…

— Pinny Ringel (@Pinnyringel) October 30, 2012

Brooklyn: Over 70 Brand new cars are fully involved in FIRE at 1st Ave x 39 Street, Near Boro Park. FIRE is havey out of control ATT #Sandy

— Wiliamsburg Hatzolah (@WHatzolah) October 30, 2012

New York NY (Brooklyn) FDNY E21 has a fire involving 50 cars 39th St/1st Av special call for Tower Ladder.TY @boxalarm1

— Brant_in_AZ (@FireTalker) October 30, 2012

Fire in Brooklyn. At least 4 blocks from us. Smoke covering the neighborhood #brooklyn #sandy twitter.com/asianjenna/sta…

— Jenna Beatty (@asianjenna) October 30, 2012

Brooklyn *2nd alarm* fire top floor of a 4-story. LISTENLIVE: thebravest.com/brooklyn/brook…

— theBravest (@theBravest) October 30, 2012

I’ve been smelling smoke for about 4 hours now and the fire truck sirens have not stopped. #Brooklyn #Sandy

— Ronald G. (@iRonald_) October 30, 2012

Vid of fire at Bond and President streets in Brooklyn posted on YouTube by NY Observer: