More than a dozen ambulances were destroyed in a five-alarm fire Saturday morning on Long Island.
Freemont Fire Chief Scott Donnelly said crews found more than an automatic alarm sounding when they arrived about 11 a.m.
A worker at Emergency Ambulance Service told them there was an ambulance on fire about 200 feet into the building, according to a reporter with Long Island News 12.
There were multiple explosions from oxygen tanks and acetylene tanks.
Firefighters from across Nassau County responded to the Freeport blaze and quickly called for additional crews.
Four firefighters received minor injuries while operating to control the fire that was fanned by heavy wind.