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Investigators Find No Working Smoke Detectors in Aftermath of Apartment Fire in New York City

Investigators are combing through the wreckage left behind after a deadly apartment fire in Harlem that claimed the lives of an entire family-six people in total including four children. In a statement to news media, fire investigators said that they found no evidence of working smoke detectors in the home.

Apartment Fire in Brooklyn Injures 9 People

9 people were seriously injured in a massive apartment fire in Brooklyn late last month. The blaze ripped through a multi-unit apartment in Ebbets Field Apartments in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens on December 26th. The fire started on the 12th floor and quickly spread until four rooms in the single-family apartment were fully engulfed.

Apartment Fire in Williamsburg Caused by "Modified" Electric Scooter

A devastating apartment fire in Brooklyn late last month has been ruled accidental but investigators did discover the blaze was caused by an aftermarket modification made to an electric scooter owned by one of the residents. The fire broke out on the thirteenth floor of the Flushing Avenue apartment building on November 28th just after 4:30 in the afternoon. FDNY crews arrived to find the personal electric vehicle fully engulfed and flames spreading to the surrounding walls in a public hallway in the apartment building.

Raging Apartment Fire in Manhattan Injures Two and Displaces 14

An apartment fire in New York City sent two people to the hospital on Christmas Day. But rescuers say the individuals were lucky to get out alive. The fire, which was mostly contained to the top floors of the building (located at on 19th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan) was so intense that FDNY officials were worried the strong winds might spread it to neighboring structures.

9 Injured in Apartment Fire in New York City

An apartment fire in Harlem left nine people injured and dozens more temporarily homeless earlier this week. The New York City apartment fire engulfed the top floors of a 6-story building at the corner of Broadway and 144th Street. The Five Alarm blaze required over 200 firefighters to get it under control as it burned for hours.

Apartment Fire in Flushing Injures Three--Including an Infant

An early morning apartment fire in Queens sent three people to the hospital-including an infant and her mother-after a blaze erupted in the first-floor apartment of a Flushing apartment building. The fire broke out sometime around 2 in the morning on November 18th in a multi-resident unit at the Pomonok Houses on Parson's Boulevard near 65th Avenue.

Residents Forced to Live With Dangerous Conditions in Bronx Public Housing

All over the city people are being forced to live in life-threatening dangerous conditions in New York City public housing complexes. Multiple investigations have shown that residents have to live in wet, moldy apartments infested with pests with the threat of apartment fires and ceiling collapses and staircase accidents looming over their heads every day.

Con Edison and NYC Could be Liable in East Harlem Building Collapse

Last year, a gas leak contributed to the horrific deaths of eight individuals in a pair of New York City apartment buildings. The explosion and resulting apartment fire in Harlem left people's lives shattered. Now, the results of a months-long federal investigation show that the explosion never would have happened had two gas delivery pipes been properly attached to each other and if New York City had properly repaired a known underground utility failure.

Three Residents Die in Queens Apartment Fire

An apartment fire in New York that broke out around midnight on New Year's Eve killed three family members living in an apartment in Queens. Over 100 firefighters and 25 units responded to the apartment fire in Queens. According to official reports Napoleon Michel, his wife Louise Jean-Charles, and Nadia Donnay (the couple's 37-year old cousin) all lived in the apartment.

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