As per the reports “There is New York apartment fire”, which cause death of 12 people. As per the information, A 3-year-old boy’s boy playing with the burners on the kitchen stove. And that cause the fire and later it spread in the whole apartment.
The mother fled the burning apartment with the boy and his 2-year-old sibling, she made a fatal mistake – she left the apartment door open.
The tragic result was the deaths of at least 12 people, including at least four children.
As per the records, this is the deadliest fire in New York City in more than 25 years.
He apartment’s stairway act “like a chimney” is the fire burst from the apartment. It feeding the flames and allowing them to spread throughout the building.
The boy in the first-floor apartment having a long history of playing with the stove burners.
The fire commissioner remind all New York people for this department’s frequent messages emphasizing the crucial step residents must take in the event of a fire.
Though Hug shouting and crying all around “Close the door, close the door, close the door,”
The fire commissioner said he’s unsure whether all the smoke detectors were working in the building.
Records from a city housing agency show one of the apartments on the building’s first floor report defective carbon monoxide and smoke detectors months ago. It’s unclear whether they resolve the issues or not.
Seven civilians and seven firefighters injure in the fire, according to the fire department. Four civilians still admint at hospitals Friday afternoon, with injuries ranging from serious to critical.
NYPD revealed the identities of several others die in fire: Shantay Young, 19; Karen Francis, 37; Kylie Francis, 2; and Charmela Francis, 7.
Among those who also died in the fire were a 63-year-old woman, four unidentified adult men and an unidentified male child.
The first call about the fire came at 6:51 p.m. ET Thursday, and the fire department responded within three minutes
Also as per the records building had no elevator. Fire escapes were visible on the facade of the building.
Though the number of civilian fire fatalities in New York City last year dropped to 48, the fewest in the 100 years since record-keeping began, the fire department said on its website.