2 firefighters recover after fire at Woodbridge JCC
Two firefighters are recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning after several crews responded to a four-alarm fire at a Jewish Community Center in Woodbridge.
Officials say over 100 people, including babies, had to be quickly evacuated from the massive building and brought to another facility.
Woodbridge police say crews came from multiple towns.
Officials say the fire started in one of the saunas in the lower level of the building after 3 p.m. Monday.
The Woodbridge Fire Department, with the help of the Orange, Bethany and Seymour departments, got the blaze under control just over an hour later.
Fire officials tell News 12 that there is significant damage inside the building that remains closed today.