An early morning blaze has ripped through two northern New Jersey homes, destroying one and leaving the other uninhabitable.
A fire was raging late Tuesday afternoon in a three-story home in the Bronx.
The three children hurt in the fire were being treated for undisclosed injuries, and further information on their conditions were not released.
Officers arrived on the scene Monday to find three people standing near the driveway then they looked up and saw a man and a couple on the roof.
A Nassau County police officer without protective gear ran into a burning home and saved three residents in Uniondale.
Sunday was a frigid and windblown day in the Tri-State Area, which sparked forest fires, sent debris flying through the streets, and had people gearing up for what they fear is a glimpse of winter weather to come.
A fire left 13 people homeless early Sunday in Paterson, N.J.
The woman’s body was found inside of her Hawthorne Ave. home in the Willowbrook section of the island.
An 82-year-old man is dead and his daughter is hospitalized after an intense fire destroyed their two-story wood house in the city of Newburgh.
The funerals for Jennifer McCusker and her three children will be held Friday morning at St. Jude’s Church in Mastic Beach.
There is a growing memorial outside the charred Hollywood Drive home where four members of a family died late Friday night.
A fast-moving fire left a mother and her three young children dead on Long Island late Friday.
Witnesses say flames were shooting through the home when firefighters arrived, and the fire’s intense heat and smoke hampered rescue efforts.
One person was rescued from inside the home on Reock Street, an area where there are a lot of abandoned buildings.
McDonnell carried four of his neighbors, one by one, on his back to the house next door. But as the flames spread, McDonnell had to think quickly to save his neighbors.