More than two dozen fire trucks and 150 firefighters swarmed the scene of a seven-alarm fire at a multistory building in the Bronx early Tuesday.
Chopper 4 was over the scene and showed thick smoke pouring out of windows of the four-story building while firefighters worked to get the blaze under control.
"Children starting fires is not rare", FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro said on Friday, adding that the stairway "acted like a chimney".
One resident told NBC news he fled the building, barefoot and barechested, with his three children into freezing temperatures that dipped as low as minus 10 degrees Celsius.
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Despite the severity of the blaze, he assured the public that none of the injuries were life threatening.
The blaze came five days after a fire at another Bronx flat building killed 12 people, including four children.
The cause of the fire is not immediately known.
That same morning, a second fire burned, also at a multistory apartment building on Knox Place in the Norwood section of the Bronx.
The multi-storey building is situated on the corner of the Commonwealth and Bronx River avenues in Van Nest.