A fire broke out in an apartment at 1650 President Street Motzei Shabbos, leaving an elderly Jewish woman with no more than the clothes on her back.
A massive wildfire sparked this afternoon has burned out of control, burning multiple business and acres of land. Firefighters from across New Jersey are battling the blaze.
Firefighters were called to Bunch-O-Bagels in Crown Heights at approximately 10:30am Thursday morning, after a fire broke out in the restaurants back kitchen.
We present a gallery of photos from the aftermath of the fire at a mechanics shop on Empire Blvd used by Buggy, that left the building and many vehicles entirely destroyed.
A massive fire is ripping through one of Buggy’s locations on Empire Blvd in Crown Heights, sending smoke billowing into the air.
Heart-stopping footage of a firefighter pulling children from a shul engulfed in flames Wednesday morning, after a famed Boro Park shul caught fire. Thankfully, no one was injured in the blaze, but the shul was completely destroyed.
A menorah left unattended in a Crown Heights basement Friday night ignited a fire, but thankfully did not cause any injuries.
A Saturday night fire sparked by an electric short, left the home of the city’s Chabad representatives and their ten children a charred skeleton. Fortunately, Rabbi Yossi and Tami Salomon and their children were at the Rohr Chabad Center where they were celebrating Shabbat and the Chabad holiday of 19 Kislev with the city’s Jewish community.
A fire in the basement of Raskins Fish on Kingston Ave brought a massive FDNY response Sunday afternoon, temperarily shutting down the Avenue.
A white Tesla found itself a little hot in the trunk after a fire started while driving through Crown Heights last Thursday. It remains unclear what exactly started the fire, or if it was associated with the car itself.
A manhole transformer fire at the corner of Kingston Ave and President Street Wednesday morning knocked out power to some Kingston Ave buildings, and sent flames and smoke shooting into the air.
Fire fighters responded to 451 Kingston Ave Wednesday night, to battle a blaze that sent flames billowing out of an apartment window. The flames were quickly extinguished, and no injuries were reported.
A car caught fire while driving on the Eastern Parkway service lane in front of 706 Eastern Parkway Monday afternoon, thankfully leaving no injuries.
A minor fire in a Carroll Street home Tuesday afternoon received a fast response by the Fire Department, who quickly extinguished the fire.
A fire on Lincoln Pl in Crown Heights is being investigated as a possible arson Sunday, after firefighters became suspicious. Firefighters quickly extinguished the flames without any injuries, and called the Fire Marshall to investigate the incident.
A fire broke out in a junk filled lot on East New York Ave and Kingston Ave Monday night, as Jewish people across the globe celebrate Lag B’Omer. There were no injuries from the fire, and damage minimal.
A vehicle on a Crown Heights street burst into flames Monday, billowing smoke into the air but thankfully leaving everyone uninjured. The fire was quickly put out, leaving no injuries.