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Woman Rescued by Police from Bronx Home After An Explosion

On Tuesday 11 Jan, in a speculated gas explosion and fire in the Bronx, A woman was killed and eight more people involved, including five police officers, officials said. Police body camera tape reveals officers rescued a woman underneath the debris. An NYPD officer’s body-cam captured the whole rescue as it transpired.

When a house blew up in the Bronx, the exploration was on for people who may have been inside.  As per the body cam footage, an NYPD officer rushed into the house to try to help when he listened to a woman who was trapped under a couch.

Officer and his colleagues made an effort to discover the victim by her cries for assistance. They thus lifted the couch off of her and carried her out of the house.

Officials say a 77-year-old woman died in the explosion, and two others were taken to the hospital with minor harm.

Deadly Fire in Bronx Apartments Reportedly Started by Space Heater

Nearly 19 people are deceased, nine of the kids, after an enormous 5-alarm outburst Sunday dawning in New York City. Administrators are naming it the city’s most terrible fire in more than three decades of history and speculate it emanated from a room heater.

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The fire started on the 3rd floor of a high-rise apartment building in the Fordham Heights neighbourhood was burning. A small electronic space heater sets matches of flames. The family fled, but the door which was supposed to get shut automatically remained open. This provoked the toxic smoke to reach the upper floors.

“The smoke travelled throughout the building, and it is the reason for several deaths and serious injuries”, clarified the commissioner of NYPD, Daniel Nigro. Survivors of the incident ran down to save their life down the fireproof stairwell. Filled with thick toxic smoke, nobody could see a thing. 

All 17 Victims of Bronx Fire Identified Including 8 Children and 5 Members of the Same Family

17 casualties of this preceding weekend’s massive fire in a Bronx apartment building were named Tuesday by authorities, the New York Post reported.

All 17 Victims of Bronx Fire Identified Including 8 Children and 5 Members of the Same Family

The youngest casualty of the perdition was two years old, with the senior being 50, the Post said.

As per the medical examiner’s office, all of the casualties died of smoke inhalation. New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who had been on duty less than two weeks, cited the incident as an “unspeakable tragedy.”

According to the New York Post, five members of one family died in the blaze. Haji Dukuray, 49, his wife, Haja Dukureh, 37, and their children, Mustapha Dukureh, 12, Mariam Dukureh, 12, and Fatoumata Dukureh, 5, perished.

Four members of another family expired in the fire, according to People. Fatima Drammeh, 23, was at work when she was told her mother, Fatoumata Drammeh, 50; her brother, Muhammed Drammeh, 12; and her sisters Fatoumala Drammeh and Aisha Drammeh, 21 and 19; died Sunday.

Nhuma Darame has organized a GoFundMe page for her relative. The campaign has raised over $126,000 until Wednesday afternoon. The money goes toward Drammeh’s housing expenditures and her brother’s medical bills.

Fatoumata Tunkara, 43, and her son, Omar Jambang, 6, perished. Tunkara is prevail by her four other children, varying in age from 9 to 19 years old, according to a GoFundMe. As per her cousin on the GoFundMe page, the deceased was visiting a friend in the Bronx when the fire broke out. They wish to get the bodies back to the Gambia for burial.

“Close the door” message from the fire safety department 

The malfunctioning of the automatic door, which remained wide open, fueled the incident, fire officials said.

The front door and one on the 15th floor should have been self-close. It could have prevented smoke from reaching feet above. Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said. Toxic smoke flooded the 19-story apartment complex, compelling inhabitants to hang out their windows to breathe.

On Twitter, the Fire Department of New York cautioned citizens about the threats of open doors during home blazes.

“Closing the door while escaping the fire will trap the fire, curb it from spreading and save lives,” the message advised.

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