Horrific Bronx fire At least 31 injured in New York
A horrific fire suddenly broke out in the Bronx Building on January 9 on Sunday morning, resulting in numerous injuries, at least 31 seriously injured people of different ages.
This fire broke out in the five-alarm building at 333 E 181st St, a 19-story building, in the West Bronx.
Eyewitnesses to the fire also claimed to have seen occupants of the building jump out of it after the fire broke out this morning, Sunday, with footage indicating that many basements were most damaged and burned.
The city’s fire department also said about this horrific matter, that it required the efforts of 200 heroic firefighters to reach control of the fire and quickly rescue the victims from their horrific potential fate.
Officials are still investigating the cause of the fire.
And it seems that the fire was in the lower floors of the aforementioned building, according to the pictures that show the extinguishing of the fire circulating.
The footage published on the Internet and networking sites also shows the presence of firefighters at the scene and captured as they climb the stairs in a serious and quick attempt to rescue innocent people from the building.
The source of the fire is currently not clear, follow the event to receive the update.