Police are asking for help identifying a man who they say is responsible for two early morning fires.
Firefighters battled a blaze at New Hardee Chinese Restaurant on DeKalb Avenue.
None of the 47 passengers were injured in the blaze, Massachusetts state police said.
The grill caught fire around 3 p.m., prompting the evacuation of clients and employees, witnesses said.
A woman ran into her burning home to rescue her 3-year-old feline.
The flames ignited on a rooftop around 2:45 p.m. at 203 E. 26th St., fire officials said.
Fire officials responded to a call at 6:40 p.m. and a found a vehicle ablaze near 42-15 Crescent St.
A fire erupted inside the basement of 276 Windsor Place, the FDNY said.
The blaze started on the fourth floor of a West 177th Street building Monday morning, the FDNY said.
The fire broke out in an alleyway between the homes, officials said.
The fire hit the top floors of 1230, 1228 and 1232 St. Marks Ave., the FDNY said.
More than 100 firefighters battled a blaze on East 78th Street, the FDNY said.
Flames tore through 263 Eldert St., FDNY officials said.
Clancy Winchester helped retrieve two kids as a Martense Avenue home burned.
The fire started near the intersection of 16th Street and Prospect Park West, the FDNY said.
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