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Longwood »

Over a month after the fire, the building on E. 163rd St. still has 225 open violations, the city says.

East Flatbush »

Rupert Smith died and four others were injured after flames tore through 451 Kingston Ave., police said.

Crown Heights »

Gertrude Duncan, 81, was found dead and another woman burned her hands, police said.

Williamsburg »

The fire broke out in a building on Graham Avenue near Grand Street Monday afternoon. 

Park Slope »

The venue closed after a March fire ripped through its second floor.     

Bed-Stuy »

A separate fire in The Bronx on Wednesday morning left three people injured, officials said.

Hunts Point »

The blaze started on the fourth floor of the five-story apartment building, authorities said.

Longwood »

Several firefighters suffered minor injuries while battling the fire. 

Greenwich Village »

The fire started on East Ninth Street near Broadway at about 5:45 p.m., officials said. 

Concourse »

Fire marshals arrested three men for sparking the blaze at 1132 Olmstead Ave.

Unionport »

Around 200 firefighters responded to the fire at a two-story residence in Unionport, the FDNY said.

Union Square »

Fire tore through the top floor of 40 E. 19th St., officials said.

Garment District »

FDNY officials had to evacuate buildings at FIT due to elevated CO levels, witnesses said.

Morningside Heights »

An 86-year-old man was also critically injured in the blaze, police said.

TriBeCa »

People were lying unconscious on in the basement and street level of the Amish Market, officials said.