Two New York City firefighters were arrested in separate incidents in Brooklyn Friday – one for assault and harassment, the other for driving while intoxicated.
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One firefighter remained in critical condition and four others were listed in serious condition Monday night. A total of eight firefighters were hurt battling the fire, officials said.
Investigators say the fire started inside a ground-floor laundromat and quickly spread to the apartments above and nearby building.
Someone called 911 about the fire around 9 p.m. Sunday at the 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue subway station in an abandoned crew room.
According to investigators, the driver was trying to out run police and lost control.
One man is dead and a woman is in critical condition after a smoky fire in an apartment building in the Edenwald section of the Bronx on Sunday morning.
Firefighters pulled a 60-year-old man from a burning house fire in Roselle this morning, but the man had already died, a fire official said.
Neighbors became aware of the tragedy as firefighters and other investigators went door to door, checking carbon monoxide levels on the block.
The Nassau County Fire Marshal’s Office and the Arson/Bomb Squad said the source of the explosion was fireworks that had been stored in a three inch PVC pipe.
The Fire Department says the process took about an hour, and the person wasn’t hurt.
Officials say a man was killed when a fire broke out at a northern New Jersey apartment complex.
A judge found that white recruits are more likely than black recruits to have friends or family members in the Fire Department encouraging them to persevere through the department’s long hiring process.