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Upper West Side »

Fire marshals will determine what sparked the blaze, which hurt four people, an FDNY spokesman said.

Claremont Village »

Two firefighters were treated for minor injuries after the Crotona Park North blaze, officials said.

Clinton Hill »

The fire ripped through the restaurant's ceiling on Feb. 14, causing significant damage to the building.

Park Slope »

The fire destroyed four apartments in the 25-unit building, according to City Councilman Brad Lander.

Bulls Head »

Investigators believe the unidentified woman was the elderly resident of the Driggs Address, they said.

Columbus Circle »

One person was injured but refused medical attention at the scene, officials said.

Claremont »

Owner Katrina Wigfall said the two dogs are staying with a neighbor for now.

Claremont »

One person suffered minor injuries after a fire erupted inside 1342 College Ave., officials said.

Morris Heights »

A 78-year-old woman was killed when a fire tore through her Morris Heights apartment, the FDNY said. 

Upper West Side »

The 87-year-old was found after firefighters brought the Columbus Ave. blaze under control, police said.

Clinton Hill »

More than a dozen tenants were without heat and hot water following the Feb. 14 fire.

Williamsburg »

The fire started at 4 a.m. in a new wood-burning oven in the Broadway building, fire officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Two other people were treated for minor injuries at Mount Sinai West, officials said.

Midtown »

The worker was injured on the 37th floor of 277 Park Ave., officials said.