A 73-year-old woman was killed in a fire that broke out inside an apartment building in Manhattan Wednesday afternoon, police said. Cops and firefighters responded to the building in Midtown East around 4:30 p.m. where they found the fire spreading on the
Published: 2021-03-03 08:47 pm
73-year-old woman killed in NYC apartment building fire
nypost.com

A 73-year-old woman was killed in a fire that broke out inside an apartment building in Manhattan Wednesday afternoon, police said.

Cops and firefighters responded to the building in Midtown East around 4:30 p.m. where they found the fire spreading on the first floor, according to police.

Inside, firefighters found the elderly woman was unconscious. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

The flames were put out around 5:15 p.m., according to fire officials.

Cops have not released the woman’s identity. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.

Read Full Story

Depleted Chiefs offensive line faces test in Buccaneers’ rush

nypost.com - 2 months ago
Two great quarterbacks, two star-studded receiving corps, two ball-hawking secondaries. And one very banged-up offensive line. One of the key matchups in Super Bowl LV will be how the Chiefs’ protection for Patrick Mahomes holds up against Shaq Barrett,
Read More

Black Lives Matter mural outside Trump Tower vandalized again

nypost.com - 6 months ago
Photos show black paint or tar stretching the full length of the contentious sign outside President Trump's iconic home on Fifth Avenue.
Read More

MLB’s free-agent market storylines aren’t over yet

nypost.com - 2 months ago
It has been a good month for baseball, no? Oh, the industry didn’t go scandal-free, thanks to the Mets and Jared Porter, and spring training remains scheduled to start on time despite the obvious health benefit that would come from delaying it. However,
Read More

Amtrak’s new Penn Station waiting hall opens Jan. 1

nypost.com - 4 months ago
Amtrak will move its Penn Station operations across Eighth Avenue to the historic Farley Post Office Building on Jan. 1, the railroad said. The $1.6 billion facility — dubbed Moynihan Train Hall after the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan — adds 50 percen
Read More