A woman landed on a scaffold after jumping from the third floor of 128 Lewis Ave., the FDNY said.
The blaze broke out about 11:35 a.m. inside of 263 Prospect Park West, the FDNY said.
Owners at Colonia Verde plan to reopen the restaurant in two to three weeks.
Eight apartments evacuated onto 38th Street, where temperatures felt below zero, officials said.
The cold weather has made the firefighters' work difficult, officials said.
Fire officials reported the woman was in stable condition after fleeing the flames through her window.
The taxi was engulfed in fire at the corner of Seventh Avenue and West 58th Street.
There were no reported injuries from the blaze.
The NTSB's investigation into the crash is ongoing.
The city has had an obligation to build the park for nearly 10 years.
The governor described the crash scene as one of the worst he has seen.
Longtime customers of Flatbush Hardware, gutted by a Jan. 21 fire, hope to raise $15,000 for its owners.
The fire torched a car and filled six buildings with carbon monoxide, the FDNY said.
Salt that's spread to melt snow corrodes underground wires, which then ignite, officials said.
It's unclear how long firefighters will continue to battle the still-smoldering blaze.
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