(WABC) -- A fast-moving second-alarm house fire in Far Rockaway, Queens, injured at least 16 residents.
Officials say the fire tore through a large house at 2259 Loretta Road just before 4:45 a.m. this morning. Firefighters battled heavy flames throughout the three-story building.
At least 16 residents -- 10 of them children -- were being treated at the scene. None had life-threatening injuries.
One firefighter was also being treated at the scene.
The address was the site of a October 1999 blaze where firefighters aggressively battled heavy flames.
Two illegal conversion complaints and at least 16 people living inside...wonder what was going on here.