Fire at the Warwick Hotel in Midtown

Fire at the Warwick Hotel

A fire at the Warwick Hotel in Midtown caused a large FDNY response on Monday afternoon. DNAinfo reports that the fire on the 35th floor caused 78 firefighters to show up on scene.

Don't see any smoke at the top (east side)

No smoke could be seen outside the building, and the FDNY radio soon said that the condition was under control.

Firefighters at the entrance to the Warwick Hotel

Firefighters soon left the building and began breaking down their equipment, but the sheer number of vehicles that responded to the fire caused traffic and pedestrian troubles throughout the evening.


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