Fire in Flatbush Brooklyn – A tragedy that took place on Sunday in Brooklyn resulted in the passing of a child who was thirteen years old and the injury of five other people, including three firefighters. The tragedy took place in Brooklyn. A fire broke out at 10:30 in the morning on the fifth floor of the apartment building in East Flatbush that is situated on Snyder Avenue close to E. 35th Street. The building is located in the vicinity of E. 35th Street. The building may be found in the East Flatbush area in the borough of Brooklyn. According to the New York City Fire Department, more than one hundred firefighters and emergency medical care staff were summoned to the seven-story structure, where smoke-eaters tried to put out the fire. In addition, the facility was equipped with fire extinguishers.
In addition, the report claimed that the fire was extinguished at approximately 11:40 in the morning. This information was included in the document. A guy in his 20s, a woman in her 50s, and a kid of 13 years old were all brought to Kings County Hospital, where the boy ultimately passed away. The police indicate that the man in his 20s, the woman in her 50s, and the boy all suffered from the same injuries. The woman, the man, and both of them ultimately succumbed to their injuries and perished.
The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) also stated that three firefighters were harmed, with one of them sustaining injuries that were considered life-threatening. It was hoped that everyone who was hurt would be able to make a full recovery from their respective conditions. The investigation revealed that Dillon had been living in the location in issue at the time that the incident took place, as stated by the authorities. The fire marshal is going to launch an investigation to find out what led to the occurrence, and then they are going to make a conclusion based on what they discover.