FDNY: Upper East Side fire injures 12


At least 12 people, including 7 firefighters, were injured after a 6-alarm fire broke out on the Upper East Side early Thursday morning, the FDNY said.

The fire began around 3:30 a.m. inside 324 E. 93rd St., fire officials said. As of 6:45 a.m., the fire had not been put under control.

One of the 12 people injured was taken to the hospital, the FDNY said. Fire officials could not immediately confirm reports of one fatality.

Nearly 200 firefighters responded to the scene.

Videos posted to Periscope show massive flames coming out of multiple windows on the top floors of the building.

 

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