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15 Hurt in Staten Island Apartment Fire: FDNY

WNBC 4 – May 22, 2017 by Rana Novini An intense fire at a large apartment building on Staten Island early Sunday injured 15 people, including some firefighters and police officers, officials said. The fire at Tysen Park Apartments on Mill Road started overnight on the fourth floor and spread to the fifth, firefighters said […]

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19 Injured in 5-Alarm Blaze at New Dorp Apartment Building, FDNY Says

By Nicholas  Rizzi | May 22, 2017 11:45am @nickr15TwitterFacebookEmailMore NEW DORP — A five-alarm blaze Sunday morning tore through a Mill Road apartment building, injuring 19 people, including five firefighters and four police officers, the FDNY said. The fire started on the fourth floor of the six-story Tysens Park Apartments building at 255 Mill Road at […]

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City pumps $30M into FDNY and EMS operations

Bill de Blasio (left) and FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro The city is pumping $30 million into FDNY and EMS operations in the Bronx, officials said Monday. The investment will include funding for new ambulances and equipment, as well as $17 million toward construction repairs to EMS Station 17 at 109 Ogden Ave., which has been […]

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Greek Orthodox church burns in Corona

Two firefighters, one civilian injured in Friday’s blaze TWITTER PHOTO / FDNY A fire did significant damage to the interior of the Greek Orthodox Community of Transfiguration Church in Corona on Friday, injuring three people. Posted: Friday, May 19, 2017 2:55 pm | Updated: 4:15 pm, Fri May 19, 2017. by Christopher Barca / Associate Editor […]

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  873shares BY SPENCER KENT skent@njadvancemedia.com, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com DUNELLEN — Two New Jersey teenage girls were among the 22 people injured when a speeding car slammed into pedestrians in Times Square Thursday, leaving one young woman dead. The girls, who are seniors at Dunellen High School, were taken to a hospital for unknown […]

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Staten Island fire sparked by unattended candle causes multiple injuries, FDNY says

A Staten Island fire on Sunday morning injured 19, including five firefighters and four police offers, an FDNY spokesman said. (Credit: Theodore Parisienne) COMMENTS NEWS By Vincent Barone   vin.barone@amny.com May 21, 2017 An unattended candle sparked an apartment fire that injured 19 people on Staten Island Sunday morning, according to the FDNY. After the […]

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