Deadly Fire In The Bronx Kills Twelve, Including Four Children
New York Apartment Fire Claims 12 Lives, Including Four Children
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Deadly New York City Blaze Kills 12, Including Four Children
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On December 28, 2017, a five-alarm fire broke out in a five-story apartment building in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx, New York City. It killed twelve people and injured six, four of them critically. Three children were among the dead. Excluding the September 11 attacks, the fire was the deadliest in the city since the 1990 Happy Land fire, which killed 87 people, also in the Bronx. In 2007, a similar incident at another home in the Bronx killed 10 people, including 9 children, after a space heater caught fire.
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