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Trump Tower and other skyscrapers across New York City have a critical design flaw that makes them more dangerous during fires

In the 1990s, Donald Trump lobbied against retrofitting New York City's older skyscrapers with sprinklers, likely making them more dangerous during fires.
A fire broke out at Trump Tower on Saturday, April 7, 2018.

1 man dead after apartment fire breaks out at Trump Tower

One person was killed after a four-alarm blaze broke out at Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan on Saturday, New York City authorities said.
A view of a deadly apartment fire in New York City, on Thursday December 28, 2017.

The Bronx fire that killed 12 was apparently caused by a 3-year-old child playing with the burners on a stove

Investigators believe the deadly blaze that ripped through a Bronx building Thursday evening, killing 12, was caused by a child playing with a stove.

Fire breaks out at New York University’s medical center

New York City's office of emergency management is urging people to avoid the area on First Avenue and East 30th Street.

New York Fire Department: 2 construction workers dead after crane accident in Queens

The workers, two men in their 40s, have not yet been identified.

9 life-saving tools firefighters use in the most dangerous emergencies

The Captain of FDNY's Rescue Company 2 describes the products and technology his team uses to keep people safe.

Massive fire ravages New York City residential building

The building is reportedly under construction, and no injuries have been reported.