NEW YORK CITY — Harlem was the epicenter of the city's illegal fireworks complaints this holiday weekend.
DNAinfo New York mapped out last week the neighborhoods with the most illegal fireworks complaints every year around Independence Day and found Inwood and Gravesend topping the list.
But this year, Harlem popped to the top of the list, according to the city's list of 311 complaints.
The ZIP code 10026, which covers parts of West and Central Harlem, had four complaints from July 1-4. Two of the complaints were one block apart, on West 115th Street.
Gravesend, which has picked up the second-most complaints citywide since 2010, tied with Richmond Hill for second with three complaints each.
There were no complaints in Inwood, the neighborhood most prone to fireworks complaints. Ditto in Bushwick, where FDNY officials said fireworks started a late-night blaze that injured four people and required 100 firefighters to put out.
New Yorkers placed 50 complaints to 311 during the four-day period, with 24 coming on July 4.
View the full map of complaints below. (Note: Complaints without a proper address could not be mapped.)