A fire broke out at the Mobile gas station on the corner of Empire Blvd. and New York Ave. in Crown Heights, injuring one of the workers employed there.
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A school bus was set ablaze Sunday evening in what witnesses say was deliberately set by a group of children.
An elderly and disabled woman was killed when a fast moving fire tore through her home on Fenimore Street.
A Lefferts Avenue house, known by neighbors as a notorious drug den, went up in flames Tuesday night when a fire broke out on the first floor and quickly spread to the second floor.
Three industrial kosher kitchens were completely destroyed in a five-alarm fire that swept through a warehouse for hours near Kings County Hospital south of Crown Heights.
A Chabad ‘Mitzvah tank’ in Israel went up in flames during a public reading of the Megillah on Purim, but miraculously, all those inside escape unharmed.
A pickup truck caught fire outside a Chabad Jewish community center in Yonkers, NY, last night.
Fourteen years after saving the life a Lubavitcher teenager from a burning house in Crown Heights, now retired firefighter Joseph Scaramuzzino realized that his time with the FDNY meant something.
A fire broke out early Thursday morning inside the ‘Gabboims Closet’ in 770, causing panic amid a number of small Yud Shvat Farbrengens that were still going on at that early hour. Police rule out terrorism.
A fire broke out this morning on the 5th floor of a Crown Heights apartment building, located at 560 Lefferts Ave. near the corner of Kingston Ave.
A fire broke out Motzai Shabbos in the basement of a Montgomery Street home. A neighbor said that it was likely caused by an unattended menorah.
A dumpster filled with construction debris went up in flames Friday afternoon on Carroll Street near Albany Avenue. Firefighters arrived within minutes and put the blaze out.
With the season’s first multi-day heat wave refusing to break, high electricity demand put a lot of stress on the system’s infrastructure, which caused manhole explosions all around Crown Heights.
A massive blaze broke out in a Thornhill home that was under construction, sending plumes of thick black smoke that was visible for miles. The fire was in close proximity to the Shmuel Zahavy Cheder Chabad, which was not damaged in the blaze.
Last night, Tuesday, at around 10:00pm, a Jewish-owned car caught fire on Lincoln Place near Albany Ave. The driver escaped in the nick of time, seconds before the vehicle burst into flame.
A fire broke out in the basement of a building right across from the park on Lefferts and Albany. Smoke poured out from the storefronts and basement entrances.
Nine people were injured in a 3-alarm fire that engulfed three buildings on St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights yesterday, Wednesday. One 14-year-old boy jumped from a window 3 stories high to escape the flames.
Four Manhattan buildings have been damaged and two have collapsed following an explosion, believed to be related to gas plumbing work being done on the premises, in the East Village. 12 people have been injured and 3 of them have been listed in critical condition. Live Video in the Extended Article.
A malfunctioning hot-plate is believed to have caused a Friday night fire that claimed the lives of seven Jewish children – all members of the same family, ages 5 through 15 – in the Midwood section of Brooklyn. Only the mother and one 14-year-old daughter survived.
A fire broke out this morning at Beis Rivka girls’ school on Crown Street. Thankfully, there were no injuries reported.
An irate motorist who had gotten stuck in an alleyway spent a half hour spinning his wheels in an attempt to free his car, but instead it went up in flames after nearby trash ignited.