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  • 10 Injured, 3 Critically In Early Morning Brooklyn Fire

    10 Injured, 3 Critically In Early Morning Brooklyn Fire
    Fire officials say 10 people were injured, three seriously, in a morning apartment house fire in Brooklyn. The FDNY says they reported to a fire on the top floor of a six-story building in the Gravesend section at 2:38 a.m. Friday. The fire was...
  • 8 People Injured In Brooklyn Brownstone Fire

    8 People Injured In Brooklyn Brownstone Fire
    Eight people were injured, three seriously, in a house fire that ripped through a three-story Brooklyn brownstone Monday morning. According to the FDNY, the fire erupted just before 4:30 a.m. at 175 Putnam Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvestant. It took...
  • 6-Alarm Fire Destroys Row Of Stores, Injures 12 Firefighters

    6-Alarm Fire Destroys Row Of Stores, Injures 12 Firefighters
    A six-alarm fire consumed a row of shops, injured 12 firefighters, and halted subway service Thursday morning in the Bronx. According to the FDNY, the fire at 4225 White Plains Road, between East 234th and East 235th Streets, in Wafefield began at 12:...
  • Exclusive Video of Massive Fire at Pier 97 on West Side

    Exclusive Video of Massive Fire at Pier 97 on West Side
    More than 130 firefighters were on hand Saturday battling a smoky fire at a sanitation pier in Manhattan. Pix 11 News obtained exclusive video shot by a sanitation worker who was inside the burning trailer on Pier 97. "I was in the bathroom when this...
  • 7-Car Accident Slows Morning Commute On Jackie Robinson Parkway

    7-Car Accident Slows Morning Commute On Jackie Robinson Parkway
    Seven vehicles were involved in a rear-to-front accident on the windy Jackie Robinson Parkway in Queens Tuesday morning. The accident happened in the middle of the morning rush hour on an eastbound lane near Forest Park Drive. Reports say delays getting...
  • 2-Alarm Apartment Fire Erupts In Brooklyn High-Rise

    2-Alarm Apartment Fire Erupts In Brooklyn High-Rise
    A two-alarm fire erupted in a Brooklyn apartment buidling early Wednesday morning. According to the FDNY, the fire began in Apt. 9B of the 14-story building in Seagate at about 3:15 a.m. The fire was extinguished just before 4 a.m. The ninth floor was...
  • 5-Alarm Fire Consumes 2 Midtown Restaurants

    5-Alarm Fire Consumes 2 Midtown Restaurants
    A five-alarm fire has destroyed two popular Midtown Manhattan restaurants and injured 18 people, including 15 firefighters, early Friday morning. The fire began at about 12:30 a.m. at Frontier Restaurant and Coffee Shop, located at 593 3rd Avenue at 39th...
  • Statue Of Liberty To Get New Staircase For Safety

    Statue Of Liberty To Get New Staircase For Safety
    A set of 354 narrow steps spirals all the way up to the Statue of Liberty's crown, and it's the only escape route for tourists in an emergency. On a recent summer day, one tourist put his hands on his knees and gasped for air as a few others funneled...
  • Schedule of 9/11 Events on Long Island

    Saturday, September 11, 2010 COMMACK Commack High School, 1 Scholar Lane, Commack, will hold a candlelight ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Call 631-912-2165 EAST MEADOW The Court Officers Steuben Association of New York State will hold a Heroes Memorial Service...
  • 'Every year we cry'

    'Every year we cry'
    The excitement was palpable among those standing on the Newport Boulevard overpass above Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach on Saturday afternoon. Not the kind of excitement of say, celebrating Fourth of July, but something not too far off. It was a...
  • Ex-Employee Charged With Torching Two Domino's Pizzerias

    Ex-Employee Charged With Torching Two Domino's Pizzerias
    A former Domino's employee is in police custody after allegedly starting fires at two of the pizza chain's locations in the Bronx which resulted in over $1 million in damages and lost business, according to City Fire Marshals. Jamal Thomas, 24, of the...