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Long Island City »

"They're stalling for us to get desperate and move out," one tenant of the building said.

Bushwick »

Fire ripped through a boarded up building and spread to the top of the home next door, officials said.

Red Hook »

A video shows a man walking away from the burning car and asks a taxi driver, "Can I get a ride?"

Forest Hills »

Another man suffered life-threatening injuries in the fire at 111-29 66th Ave., police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The man's identity and cause of death were not immediately clear, police and FDNY officials said.

Mount Hope »

The building is reportedly home to many elderly and disabled people, according to DOB records.

Bushwick »

"I don't know what we're going to do," said a deacon of the church, which provides food to the hungry.

Borough Park »

The blaze broke out inside a home on 44th Street near Fort Hamilton Parkway, authorities said. 

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.