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NY1 At 20: 2007 Report Revisits Deutsche Bank Building Fire
On the afternoon of August 18, 2007, a fire began on the 17th floor of the former Deutsche Bank Building, a shell being dismantled due to structural damage sustained on 9/11. Due to the maze-like conditions inside and a missing standpipe, fighting the blaze was extremely dangerous. By the time it was put out, two firefighters had lost their lives and dozens more were seriously injured.
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