– Data Covid-19 USA – When the building where they made their home became a smoke-filled death trap, hundreds of residents had to make life-or-death decisions as rescue workers raced to save them.
– Data Covid-19 USA – The leader of the Islamic Cultural Center upbraided elected officials, saying of the victims, “The conditions in which they lived in the Bronx caused their death.”
The companies purchased Twin Parks North West, the Bronx building where there was a deadly fire, along with seven other buildings in the borough for $166 million.
Abdoulie Touray is believed to have been the first Gambian to move into 333 E. 181st Street. He drew scores of compatriots to the building where 17 died in a fire.
The day after his 12th birthday, Muhammad Drammeh died along with his mother and two of his sisters.
Two days after the fire, the city released a partial list of the deceased.
The Dukuray family had left Gambia over a decade ago and settled into a top-floor apartment in the Bronx building that burned on Sunday.
Smoke inhalation appeared to cause all 17 deaths related to the fire — a number officials feared could climb.
The blaze began just before 11 a.m. on Sunday in a building on East 181st Street. Nine children were killed.
Nine children were among those who died when a space heater malfunctioned in a Bronx apartment building, city officials said.
- Nach der Ampelklausur: Wie Scholz auf Fragen nicht antwortet Nach der ersten Klausurtagung der Ampelkoalition haben die Journalisten eine Menge Fragen. Beantwortet wird kaum eine davon, und wenn, dann von Habeck oder Lindner. Erst am Schluss wird Bundeskanzler Scholz etwas konkreter.