An alleged marijuana grow house went up in smoke in Brooklyn, officials said.
The apparent pot producing operation was found after fire broke out at 3232 Fulton Street in Cypress Hills Saturday morning, in a retail corridor under the J/Z subway tracks.
A forest of mature marijuana plants could be seen through the building’s broken out windows, photos of the scene show. The plants were surrounded by commercial-grade lighting and fans.
It took more than 100 firefighters and EMS about two hours to put the fire out after it sparked on the first floor. No injuries were reported.
Cops were carting out bags of hemp and loading them into a marked NYPD van by Saturday afternoon, when a vacate order was posted on the building.
Workers at nearby businesses said they’ve smelled a skunky odor wafting from the nondescript brick building for years — and suspected what might be inside.
“I’ve been here like eight years and all the time it’s the smell of weed. Sometimes it smells…