Chopper 2 HD was over the intersection of 3rd Avenue and 61st Street in Sunset Park where an ambulance had flipped on its side in the middle of the road.
Conditions in three buildings in Brooklyn have gotten so bad that it rains through the roof and sometimes there are no lights for days.
A 44-year-old Brooklyn man has been charged with murder, after a woman reported to be his girlfriend was found stabbed to death.
Officers responding to a call at 336 51st Street in the Sunset Park Section of Brooklyn found a 31-year-old woman and a 44-year-old man with stab wounds to the neck.
Police have requested the aid of the public in finding two men who robbed a woman and pushed her to the ground in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn.
A New York City firefighter was arrested in Brooklyn early Saturday and charged with driving under the influence.
Former police officer Joseph Gray, 51, served 10 years in prison on four counts of manslaughter. Now, he has been hired as a custodian at St. Clare’s school in Staten Island.
Members of Engine 201 Ladder 114 rescued 33 people one morning last year. Three of them will be honored at the FDNY medal ceremony at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue.
Bright Farms CEO Paul Lightfoot said the farm will be able to grow a million pounds of produce each year including tomatoes, lettuce and herbs.
Witnesses say the driver, a woman, ran a red light in Sunset Park Wednesday night. Her car slammed into the man near 50th Street and 6th Avenue.
The man, who has a prior sex offense on his record, was taken into custody this morning in Sunset Park in the general vicinity of the attack, police said.
The suspect is described as a white man, between 45 and 49 years old. Authorities said the man weighs about 145 pounds and has a bald head, grey mustache and a mole under the left side of his lip.
Police say officers were responding to a report of an assault in progress Saturday when they found the body of 54-year-old Nimala Randunu on the floor of the store on Third Street in Sunset Park.
Detectives say he approached the victim from behind then grabbed her before running away.
With more than one serial groper still on the loose in Brooklyn, self-defense classes are popping up everywhere from Park Slope to Sunset Park.