Fire Claims 6 lives, Including 4 Children At Frederick E. Samuel Houses In Harlem

By Ted Shaffrey

Six family members, including four children, were killed early Wednesday when a fire that apparently started on a stove ravaged a Harlem apartment, authorities said. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And FDNY Promotes Harlem Fallen Firefighter To Lieutenant (Video)

On March 23rd, 2019, Mayor de Blasio delivers gave remarks at a plaque dedication ceremony for fallen Harlem firefighter Lieutenant Michael Davidson at Engine 69, Ladder 28, at 48 West 143rd Street in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

FDNY Widow Sues Film Company For Fire In Harlem

The widow of a firefighter killed in a March 2018 fire in Harlem is suing Edward Norton‘s film company for her husband’s wrongful death, according to reports. Continue Reading →

Firefighter Dies After Set Of New Edward Norton Film Catches Fire In Harlem

A New York firefighter was killed on Thursday night in a blaze at a building in Harlem that was being used as a set for Motherless Brooklyn, a film adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s novel, directed by Edward Norton said a source. Continue Reading →

NY’s Bravest FDNY Honors Harlem’s Bravest Girl Who Was Scalded In ‘Hot Water Challenge’

The NY Post reports that the 12-year-old Bronx girl who was doused with boiling water in a cruel social media stunt became an honorary member of New York’s Bravest on Thursday. Continue Reading →

Motorman Describes Fear, Panic Inside Derailed ‘A’ train In Harlem

There was panic and fear inside the ‘A’ train, but one motorman says he remained calm. In an exclusive TV interview, Christopher Miller admits he was scared, but he had a job to do. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: The Chelsea Explosion, A Homemade Device Explodes (Update)

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A street-corner Chelsea explosion that law enforcement sources said was caused by an intentionally detonated improvised device in the busy Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan sent shrapnel flying into pedestrians Saturday night, injuring at least 29 people, including one person believed to be in serious condition. Continue Reading →

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