A car fire on Carroll and Kingston in Crown Heights shut down the Avenue Monday afternoon. No one was injured in the blaze.
An 11-year-old Jewish girl was niftar Monday evening, after a fire tore through a home in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. One firefighter was also injured battling the blaze, which according to reports was not intentionally set.
A fire broke out in a third-floor apartment above a commercial location on Nostrand Ave late Tuesday morning at around 11:20am. No injuries were reported.
A fire broke out at 706 Lefferts Ave Tuesday morning, evacuating the building and wafting the smell of smoke across Crown Heights. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire, and no one was hurt in the blaze.
A fire broke out in a Crown Heights apartment Thursday evening, triggered by a menorah. Three non serious injuries were reported due to the blaze.
A fire broke out in a two floor private home on Schenectady Ave Sunday night, triggering a large response from the FDNY. No one was injured in the fire.
A fire broke out in a Lefferts Ave two floor brownstone home around 8:00am Friday morning. No one was home when the fire started, and no one was injured in the blaze.
A fire which started in the kitchen of Beis Levi Yitzchak Shul in Crown Heights caused extensive damage, spreading beyond the kitchen into multiple apartments. No one was injured in the blaze.
A fire broke out on the second floor of a Crown Heights building Thursday evening, gutting and apartment. Firefighters quickly gainA fire broke out on the second floor of a Crown Heights building Thursday evening, gutting and apartment. Firefighters quickly gained control over the fire, and put it out within minutes. No one was injured in the blaze.ed control over the fire, and put it out within minutes. No one was injured in the blaze.
A massive fast-moving four-alarm blaze ripped through three homes in Flatbush early Thursday morning. Ten people were injured in the fire, including one infant. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
A massive five alarm blaze tore through a building in Sunset Park Wednesday, leaving its’ upper floor gutted. The fire, which spanned the entire buildings upper floor, goes down in Brooklyn’s history as one of largest fires in years.
A fire on President St left two floors of a three story building uninhabitable Sunday. The fire was quickly placed under control, and no one was injured in the blaze.
A fire ripped through the upper floor of a house on President St Monday afternoon, leaving the floor in ruins. No one was injured in the blaze, and firefighters succeeding in suppressing the flames.
A fire, which broke out on the second night of Sukkos, forced the evacuation of an apartment building on East New York Avenue and displaced a family after an unattended candle on a porch caught fire and quickly spread.
An early morning fire killed a 79-year-old woman in a Crown Heights apartment building off Eastern Parkway. 3 others were critically injured.
A garage used from the storage of paper goods and plastic goods went up in flames Monday afternoon, shutting down Kingston Avenue for nearly two hours and causing significant damage.
A construction worker was rescued by firefighters in a dangerous and dramatic operation, after the worker reportedly fell into the basement of the building and trapped beneath debris. The building suffered catastrophic damage in a 2006 fire and according to the building department records there were no permits for the work, and the building was subject of multiple complaints.