Slick roads led to several accidents across the borough on Sunday.
A man fell through the sidewalk hatch outside 1281 Bedford Ave. in Bed-Stuy, officials said.
A man was injured while working at 579 Van Buren St., officials said.
A large truck knocked over a cinder-block wall Tuesday morning, witnesses said.
The blaze started in a construction site at the West End Concourse of Penn Station, officials said.
Private and city employers like the NYPD and FDNY will be at the fair.
Firefighters were called to the scene at Jay and Tillary Streets about 7:45 a.m., officials said.
The pedestrian was struck at about 4 p.m. on Friday but declined medical attention, officials said.
The elevators are the only way to travel between the platform and the upper level of the station.
The worker died inside West End Towers, at 75 West End, Friday morning, officials said.
A secure plywood replacement has been installed temporarily at the bar, owners said.
The fire killed a 64-year-old man Monday. There were no smoke detectors.
A fire erupted inside 21-37 35th St., injuring one person, officials said.
The blaze burned through the second and third floors of the Rochester Avenue home.
Mister Parrish was arrested after his pit bull, Boss, attacked the pair on Lexington Ave., police said.
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