FDNY Responds to Small Fire at Montague Street’s Nanatori Japanese Restaurant

FDNY responded to fire Sunday morning (10/26) at the Nanatori Japanese restaurant at 162 Montague Street. BHB contributor Marc Hermann tells our Heather Quinlan, “Sounds like the fire was in the walls (thus likely electrical) and was contained within about 20 minutes.”

Hermann adds that there was a fire on the top floor of 162 Montague on November 9, 1997.

Photo: Mrs. Fink

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  • Lori

    There was a fire just weeks ago a the Bagel Shop on Montague.

  • Robert Perris

    From an email from Brooklyn Borough Chief James Leonard:

    On 10/26/2014 at 9:51 a.m. a structural fire occurred on the 1st floor of 162 Montague Street, a 3 story multiple dwelling.

    The FDNY responded with the following apparatus and equipment

    1. 1 Deputy Chief
    2. 2 Battalion Chiefs
    3. 4 Engine Companies
    4. 3 Ladder Companies
    5. 1 Rescue Company
    6. 1 Squad Company
    7. 1 Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulance
    8. 1 Advanced Life Support (ALS) Ambulance (Paramedics)
    9. 1 EMS Duty Capt.

    There were no injuries and the fire was placed under control at 10:20 a.m.