A lot of people were at work during the fire, and nobody was hurt. Sally Roots is closed for now.
The fire injured 3 adults and killed two sisters under the age of 10.
The siblings were visiting their grandfather for the weekend.
Two elderly Queens residents died this Monday from two separate fires across the borough.
The community has banded together to create a Gofundme campaign for the 10 residents who lost everything.
Twelve units and 60 firefighters responded.
The event showcased the wide range of fire performers training in Bushwick and Beyond.
A building on Evergreen Avenue went ablaze Monday afternoon.
The building at 189 Moffat St. went ablaze yesterday afternoon.
Bushwick wine bar The Bodega was forced to temporarily close its doors over the busy holiday weekend when a fire briefly broke out, causing damage near the top of its building
Dark smoke filled the sky over north Brooklyn and Queens just before sunset on Sunday as firefighters responded to a 5-alarm fire that, at press time, had already consumed 3 residences and an extension on a church on Arlington Ave in Cypress Hills, the FDNY tells Bushwick Daily
FDNY officials told Bushwick Daily Friday that an investigation into the cause of the massive fire that destroyed five buildings on Bushwick’s DeKalb Avenue has been closed, and that it has been determined that it started as an electrical fire in the rear of 1427 DeKalb Ave
Co-authored with Spanish translation by Will Giron
A local coffee shop owned by lifelong Bushwick residents has launched a fundraising effort to help the individuals who lost their homes in Tuesday night’s devastating blaze on DeKalb Avenue
A Fire Department arson investigation into a fire that ripped through a Bushwick Avenue home and required a 12-unit, 60-firefighter response early Saturday morning has determined that the blaze was caused by “careless discard of smoking materials
The FDNY put out a small kitchen fire following a report of smoke in a five story East Williamsburg mixed use residential building early Sunday morning, officials say
Residents of a three-story building on Locust Street in Bushwick were forced out into the cold during the early hours of Saturday morning by a fire which has made their home unsuitable for occupancy
Waking up to heavy snowfall and slush can put a damper on one’s TGIF good spirits
Sad day for one of Bushwick’s beloved music venues.
Two recent fires in Bushwick prove that fireworks are banned in New York for a reason
Yesterday afternoon, the top story of a residential building located on Troutman St
If you walked past Myrtle Avenue and Linden Street around 3:00PM on this blazing-hot Memorial Day, you probably noticed a swarm of fire trucks surrounding Sea Town Supermarket
The title pretty much says it all for this post, guys
Because we love, love, love Alaska we are happy, happy, happy for the good news! It’s been almost three weeks since Alaska was nearly baked by a fire with an unknown cause (although, I blame Mercury Retrograde!) Since then, a lot has happened
One of our favorite neighborhood bars, Alaska on Ingraham and Morgan was on fire last night