Manhattan Fire officials say 19 people are injured, four in critical condition, following an explosion and building collapse in the East Village. Updated 12:49 AM
NY1's Michael Herzenberg reports from the scene of Thursday's explosion and fire in the East Village, where witnesses said they didn't know was happening as the fire spread.
12:28 AM
A man is dead after being hit by a bus at the Port Authority Terminal in Midtown.
12:16 AM
NY1 Online: Witness Describes Scene of East Village Explosion
Manhattan
NY1's Lori Chung spoke with Blake Farber, an East Village resident who witnessed Thursday's explosion and building collapse. 03/26/2015 10:33 PM
Local Religious Groups Bring Jewish and Muslim Children Together
Manhattan
Tensions between Jews and Muslims are high in parts of the world, but program aimed at children in New York is trying to bridge the gap. 03/26/2015 09:31 PM
NY1 Online: Officials Give Update on East Village Explosion
Manhattan
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro, NYC Office of Emergency Management Commissioner Joseph Esposito and other officials address the media after an explosion and building collapse in the East Village. 03/26/2015 07:18 PM
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Labor Leaders Mark 104 Years Since Deadly Fire at Greenwich Village Factory
Manhattan
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Manhattan
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UWS Exhibit Sings Praise to Old Blue Eyes
Manhattan
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Picasso Work May Fetch Auction Record This Spring
Manhattan
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Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Victims Remembered at Memorial
Manhattan
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New York City
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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New York City
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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Manhattan
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