US Bronx fire leaves 4 women dead

15:42  01 april  2020
15:42  01 april  2020 Source:   abc7ny.com

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Four people were killed in a fire that ripped through the top floor of a Bronx apartment building Tuesday night, officials said. The four victims were transported in critical condition to the nearby BronxCare Health System, formerly Bronx Lebanon Hospital, where they were pronounced dead , a

Four women lost their lives after a fire broke out at an apartment building in the Bronx on Tuesday night.

The fire broke out on the sixth floor of the building at 1560 Grand Concourse.

A fifith woman was injured in a fire that may have started in a space heater in a sixth floor apartment.

a view of a city street: 4 women killed in Bronx fire © Provided by ABC 7 New York 4 women killed in Bronx fire

Authorities say the three alarm fire broke out inside one apartment Apt 603 just before 7:25 p.m. on Tuesday and spread to two other apartments and through the roof.

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Firefighters at the scene of a building fire in the Bronx Robert Mecea. A woman was killed and two other people critically injured in a Bronx fire early Tuesday, police said. Neesha Endusay-Wilson, 46, died in the blaze, which started in her building at about 1 a.m. on Metropolitan Oval in Parkchester.

Two women in neighboring apartments were pronounced dead at nearby BronxCare Health System, the former Bronx Lebanon Hospital.

All the women were older, longtime residents of the building, officials said.

Investigators do not believe the fire was suspicious.

The Red Cross provided assistance to displaced residents.


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