One person injured in apartment fire in Crown Heights
(Mario Tama/Getty Images) (BROOKLYN, N.Y.) One person sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a fire in an apartment building in Crown Heights on Tuesday night, fire officials said.
NYC Bravest Dies in the Line of Duty in Brooklyn
Scene of the FDNY firefighter line of duty death today in Brooklyn.@FDNY Official Twitter. UPDATE April 24 11:48pm: Now it has been reported that the body of a civilian had been found in the rubble. As the incident was unfolding earlier, the department had announced that there was one person that was unaccounted for. The identity of this civilian is not know at this time.
4 people hospitalized after apartment fire in Washington Heights
Exterior of 286 Fort Washington Ave. where fire sent four people to the hospital.(Anthony Payero/NewsBreak) (NEW YORK) A fire broke out at a fifth-floor apartment in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan that sent four people to the hospital on Thursday, according to the New York City Fire Department, per Patch.
Fire Truck Coming Through New York Stock Exchange
Fire Truck Coming Through New York Stock Exchange @thebingbuzz on all platforms
Tent catches fire, occupants found safe near Harlem River Drive in Washington Heights
(Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) A brush fire broke out in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan on Tuesday that caused two men to jump out of a tent caught in the flames, according to ABC 7 NY.
Accident on the road, FDNY to the rescue, and road sign change (large road signs)
Accident on the road, FDNY to the rescue, and road sign change (large road signs) @Thebingbuzz on all platforms
Monday in NYC: Knicks look to extend winning streak, FDNY unions call out Mayor Adams and more news
(Rick Osentoski/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) Happy Monday, fellow New Yorkers! Today is March 28, and this is a new edition of the New York City Daily Roundup — the best way to read up on the latest news from across the five boroughs.
NYC Daily Roundup 03/21: Mayor Adams signs order for stronger fire safety, Rangers shutout Hurricanes & more news
(Spencer Platt/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) Happy Monday, fellow New Yorkers! Today is March 21, and this is the New York City Daily Roundup — an all-in-one article with the latest news from the Big Apple.