Albany, NY – Young Child Saved from House Fire on Third Avenue
Albany, NY (May 19, 2019) – A young child is alive due to two police officers who acted quickly and saved a three-year-old from a house fire on 3rd Avenue.
According to authorities, the accident took place this morning, May 19th. When officers arrived at the scene of the fire, they found the mother’s boy outside the home, crying hysterically that she was unable to reach her 3-year-old son from the third floor.
Two officers were driven back by the fire when they attempted to get inside. They then went up to the fire escape and found the boy and neighbors who were trying to reach him.
The boy was crying and the officers grabbed the boy at the fire escape. He suffered smoke inhalation injuries but, at this time, is expected to be okay.
The investigation into the cause of the fire continues.
Fires and Explosions in New York
We would like to first extend our sincere sympathies to the victim in this accident with hopes of a full recovery from smoke inhalation injuries. Unfortunately, many fires and explosions take place every week across New York, some of which prove to be injurious and fatal in nature. We would like to now express our gratitude toward the firefighters who risk their lives each day for us.
After such a perilous event, it is imperative that you understand that you have many rights after becoming injured in a fire. If you believe that the actions of another party caused your loved one’s accident, you should always have an experienced and dedicated attorney on your side who can offer their assistance to you in your time of need. We are here for you 24/7. Please contact us at Hach & Rose at 212-779-0057 for more information.
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