Baby rescued from burning apartment in Brooklyn

The FDNY rescued a baby through the window of a burning apartment in Williamsburg early Thursday morning.

Flames broke out in apartment 3A at 60 Moore Street shortly after 1 a.m., according to firefighters.

Video of the rescue showed a ladder raised to an apartment window as a firefighter carried the baby girl that was passed to him through a window. The baby was not injured.

Several other people were also rescued. 

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Eleven people were injured including two firefighters. Six people including the baby were taken to a local hospital. They were expected to recover.

The cause of the two-alarm fire was not clear. 

A resident told reporters a space heater in her apartment caught fire.

"When I got up I went to the kitchen and I just couldn't believe that my space heater was on fire. It was on a low flame. I called 911. As soon as the fire went up more, I tried to get water, I just ran out. I grabbed my child and ran out."

The woman said she left without shoes, a jacket or money.