Five FDNY Firefighters Injured in Three-Alarm Manhattan Fire

FDNY fire apparatus on scene of Manhattan fire

Five Fire Department of New York (FDNY) firefighters sustained nonlife-threatening injuries while working at the scene of a three-alarm fire Monday in Manhattan, according to reports.

The FDNY Twitter feed indicated that the fire occurred at 48 E. 7th Street.

According to a report on Patch, the fire occurred above a restaurant in the East Village. The fire was in multiple floors of the five-story building, as well as in the walls and cockloft, the report noted. More than 100 firefighters responded to the scene.


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