Fire in Times Square Restaurant Injures Two

Fires are a dangerous reality in New York City given the number of buildings and large population. Early in the morning, more than 200 firefighters responded to a 3-alarm fire, which began around 4:47 a.m. at an 11-story building on 48th Street and 7th Avenue. According to a report by CBS New York, the fire started in the ductwork of a Times Square restaurant called “TSQ Brasserie.” Two injuries were reported, but the extent of the injuries is not yet known. One victim was taken to a local hospital.

Fire and explosion accidents can cause severe injuries to victims, which may dramatically alter their standard of living. Victims of fires and explosion accidents may require extensive hospital care and numerous surgeries following the accident. Burn injuries are particularly devastating and can cause a plethora of emotional and physical conditions.

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In the case that you, or a loved one, have sustained an injury or been killed as a result of a fire or explosion accident do not hesitate to contact the New York law office of Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool today at (212)-406-1700 to schedule a free consultation appointment to discuss the legality of your claim.