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Blaze Erupts At Diner Near Forest Hills, FDNY Says

Patch logo Patch 6/27/2022 Kayla Levy
Fire officials didn't immediately say if anyone was hurt in the Monday morning blaze. © Google Maps Fire officials didn't immediately say if anyone was hurt in the Monday morning blaze.

QUEENS, NY — A fire broke out early Monday morning at a diner on the edge of Forest Hills, according to the FDNY.

The blaze began about 5 a.m. at Silver Spoon Diner, an eatery at 58-21 Junction Boulevard, located on the boulevard near 59th Avenue, according to fire department tweets.

Firefighters quickly issued an all-hands alarm, and rushed to the diner, quelling the flames in about 20 minutes, tweets show.


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Silver Spoon Diner wasn't open at the time of the fire, as, according to its website, it is closed Monday and Tuesday. The diner didn't answer the phone when Patch called Monday morning.

Fire officials didn't immediately respond to Patch's request for comment as to what started the blaze and if anyone was hurt in the fire.

The diner is located on the edge of LeFrak City, a 20-tower housing development where a fire in May injured four people, Patch reported.

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