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A high-rise fire in the Upper West Side seriously injures one

One person was critically injured in a fire at a Manhattan skyscraper overlooking Central Park Wednesday night, officials said.

Flames erupted on the 10th floor of The Olmstead, a 19-story apartment building at 382 Central Park West, the FDNY said.

Twenty units with 78 firefighters responded to the fire in the Upper West Side as of 9:20 p.m., officials said.

Firefighters leave the building.
Twenty units with 78 firefighters responded to the fire.
William Mueller

A civilian was taken to St Luke’s Hospital in critical condition, according to the department.

The fire was under control within an hour and its cause was under investigation, authorities said.

The fire department goes back to the truck.
A civilian was taken to St Luke’s Hospital in critical condition.
William Mueller

https://nypost.com/2022/04/27/upper-west-side-high-rise-fire-critically-injures-one/ A high-rise fire in the Upper West Side seriously injures one

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