"#FDNY members continue to operate on scene this morning of a 7-alarm fire, 1547 Commonwealth Ave #Bronx".
At least 12 people were injured early on Tuesday after a huge fire tore through an apartment building in NY, reports said.
At least 23 people are injured in a fire that breaks out in a building in the Bronx, New York City, on January 2, 2018. The cause of the fire is unknown.
This fire comes just days after 12 people were killed at 2363 Prospect Ave.in The Bronx - the city's deadliest fire in more than a quarter-century.
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The blaze quickly spread to the upper floors, leaving one person seriously injured while 11 others suffered non-life threatening injuries, officials said.
Another resident escaped with her two children and dog. The fire is believed to have started on a furniture store on the first floor.
Last Thursday, another fire at an apartment block close to the Bronx Zoo was started by a three-year-old boy who was playing with stove burners. At least 12 people were injured.
NY mayor Bill de Blasio described the incident as "the worst fire tragedy we have seen in this city in a quarter century".
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