Thursday, February 23, 2012
South Jamaica house firebombed?
A fire broke out early Thursday morning at a home in South Jamaica, Queens, and fire officials are calling it "suspicious."
The fire started at 3 a.m. at a home on 145th Street and Rockaway Boulevard, which is ironically located right near the local fire department.
At one point, the flames were so intense that a woman was trapped on the second floor of the home with her kids, and was forced to toss her baby out of the window. Two bystanders were there to catch the baby and complete a heroic rescue.
Three firefighters and six residents were taken to Jamaica Hospital, where they are currently in stable condition.
Fire officials are currently investigating the cause of the fire. There were reports that a Molotov cocktail was thrown at the front door of the home, but those reports are unconfirmed.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 11:59 PM
Labels: baby, bombs, fire, south jamaica
"The fire started at 3 a.m. at a home on 145th Street and Rockaway Boulevard, which is ironically located right near the local fire department."
Who writes this stuff at Pix11? What's ironic about being located near a local fire department? Seems more like it's lucky, not ironic.
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