The buildings, on the 1100 block of Atlantic Avenue, caught fire late Tuesday night and burned into early Wednesday before finally being extinguished.
Air travel through Chicago and around the country was still impacted Monday, three days after the suicide attempt that sparked a fire at a Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control center in the western Chicago suburb of Aurora.
Few details are known, but crews were forced to climb on top of the truck and use metal saws to open it up and get water inside.
As of Saturday morning, more than 200 flights have been canceled out of Chicago. There have only been a few cancellations reported at LaGuardia and JFK airports.
Bizarre Suicide Attempt By Disgruntled FAA Employee In Chicago Disrupts Flights At LaGuardia, Other Cities
Flights have begun taking off and landing again at Chicago’s two airports after a fire at a suburban air traffic control center forced hundreds of cancellations.
A fire ripped through a six-story apartment building in Harlem Friday afternoon, sending flames shooting out of the roof.
Anthony Reddick was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty in August to nearly two dozen counts of felony and misdemeanor animal fighting charges.
A Fire Department spokesman said the fire was reported at 3:38 p.m. Sunday at 19th Street and Sixth Avenue in Chelsea.
An extra-alarm fire ripped through an apartment building in Bushwick, Brooklyn Saturday evening.
A fire swept through an apartment building on West End Avenue on the Upper West Side Friday night.
The explosion rocked the quiet neighborhood just after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
It could be a few years before a popular pavilion at a Long Island beach is fully functional following a devastating weekend fire.
Firefighters remained on the scene Friday and officials have temporarily closed fishing areas in Bridgeport Harbor and on the Long Island Sound from Norwalk to Milford.
A massive extra-alarm fire broke out Thursday night in a factory building in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The fire broke out at a home along Decatur Avenue in Norwood around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday and soon spread.