The flames broke out near the roof of the building on First Street around 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
A tragic fire that took the lives of two 4-year-olds in Far Rockaway has raised questions about when parents should talk to their kids about safety.
The 500 students displaced by last month’s 6-alarm fire have been back learning in makeshift classrooms on the campus of Middlesex County College.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he expects a quick resolution to the internal investigation into the fire, which broke out Saturday just before midnight at a home in Far Rockaway.
Fire broke out Tuesday morning at a home occupied by two elderly residents. One was rescued.
The blaze broke out Saturday night just before midnight at a home on Bay 30th Street in Far Rockaway. Four-year-old Jai’Launi Tinglin and his 4-year-old half-sister, Aniya, were killed.
The flames were first reported around 5:30 p.m. at 74-09 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights, officials said.
The blaze broke out just before midnight on Bay 30th Street in Far Rockaway, Queens.
The fire started just before 5 p.m. on Friday, on the 7800 block of Pleasure Ave. Within minutes the wind carried flames from one home to the next, authorities said. The fire leveled three homes and damaged eleven more.
A massive fire raged late Friday afternoon on the Jersey Shore, leaving at least three buildings burned to the ground.
Demolition of the James Monroe Elementary School is scheduled to start Friday.
The fire broke out around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at a Red Carpet Inn in Elmwood Park.
Thousands of cops lined the streets at Officer Dennis Guerra’s funeral at the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Rockaway Beach, Queens.
An extra-alarm brush fire was raging on Staten Island Monday evening, bringing heavy smoke and causing traffic jams.
The fire broke out at around 11:30 p.m. Sunday on Berkely Avenue in Orange. A passerby noticed the flames and called 911.