It was a dramatic scene on the streets of Borough Park, Brooklyn Tuesday afternoon, as a man caught fire and ran for help covered in flames.
The incident began at around 8:15 a.m. at 1270 Broadway near 33rd Street.
On Monday, city officials and leaders from the Municipal Labor Committee will meet to discuss the city’s plan for battling Ebola should it arrive in the city.
The workers were tested on their ability to control the flames, find the injured and give them emergency medical treatment.
Video from the scene showed only the hull of the small vessel visible above the water.
The fire broke out in a dumpster at around noon and was quickly put out.
Three people were injured Monday evening when a fire broke out in St. Albans, Queens.
An 86-year-old woman suffered serious injuries Friday after being struck by a fire truck in Midwood, Brooklyn.
A power outage has impacted numerous buildings there, some of which are under construction.
A blown tire caused a scare on the Lower East Side Monday. fdny.
Wilbert Riera, 51, was arrested Friday at his Staten Island stationhouse. He will face six counts of sex crimes against children in L.A.
A Staten Island EMS captain has been arrested in Staten Island stemming from a felony warrant out of Los Angeles, CBS 2 confirmed Saturday.
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