The West African father whose wife and four kids perished in a horrific Bronx blaze last March has taken the first step toward a $100 million lawsuit against the FDNY and other city agencies for negligence, The Post has learned.
'FIRE DAD' EYES SUIT VS. CITY
The claim identifies as potential defendants: the FDNY; the Department of Buildings; the Department of Housing Preservation and Development; and Moussa Magassa, who owned the Woodycrest Avenue three-story home where the Soumares died in a horrendous inferno on March 7, and lost five of his own children.
What's striking about this entire thing is that the family's immigration status is somehow not an issue. They came here illegally. Now they are suing the city for $100 million even though they weren't supposed to be here in the first place. Great country, this America!