1 dead, at least 12 injured in Manhattan fire

NEW YORK (AP) - Fire officials say one person is dead and 12 civilians and firefighters are injured after a blaze tore through a five-story apartment building in Manhattan. The fire was reported around 3:30 a.m.



Thursday in a building on East 93rd Street in the Yorkville neighborhood on the Upper East Side. The flames quickly spread throughout the building and shot through the roof.



One resident died, four others have minor injuries while a fifth has serious injuries. Seven firefighters suffered minor injuries.


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