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Fire on 44th Street in Times Square at John’s Pizzeria

Fire on 44th Street in Times Square at John’s Pizzeria

CBS reported that the FDNY first responders rushed to John’s of Times Square on West 44th Street around 3:30 p.m.

60 firefighters were called put the out the flames at this Broadway establishment.

About 60 firefighters were called and needed after fire was discovered inside the walls.

No one was injured during the incident and the FDNY was able to get the flames under control in about an hour.

Investigators are now working to figure out how the pizzeria fire began.

John’s of Times Square is located inside a 19th century church and it’s stunning stained glass ceiling has helped the pizzeria gain notoriety since opening in 1997.

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