Some residents displaced by last week's massive apartment building fire in the Bronx are being allowed back in to gather their belongings.
It has been four days since flames tore through the structure on Prospect Avenue, killing 12 people.
Investigators say the fire was sparked by a child playing with a stove.
The building is now boarded up, but people are stopping by to say prayers, light candles, and pay their respects.
Several businesses in the area are also chipping in to help like Artuso's Pastry Shop.
They are collecting money and donating food and other goods to the survivors.
One of the shop's workers lost two relatives in the fire.