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Three Hurt In “Suspicious” Johnson City Fire

Three people were injured in an early-morning multiple-alarm fire at a Johnson City apartment building. Police say they're treating it as a "suspicious incident."

The blaze at 85 Floral Avenue was reported around 3:10 a

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Firefighter Injured At Windsor Apartment Blaze

One firefighter was hurt at the scene of a two-alarm blaze that caused heavy damage to a town of Windsor apartment house.

The fire at 1075 Old Route Seventeen was reported shortly before 10 o'clock this morning

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Badly Burned Man Dies In Binghamton High-Rise Fire

Authorities say a 68-year-old man, who sustained burns over most of his body in an afternoon blaze in a downtown Binghamton apartment tower has died.

According to fire department officials, the severely-burned man was taken to Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City

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Roof Fire Prompts Evacuation Of Binghamton Hotel

The Holiday Inn on Hawley Street in downtown Binghamton was evacuated this afternoon after a small fire broke out on a roof next to the main hotel building.

The blaze was reported shortly after two o'clock

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Chris McAndrew photo

Vehicle Fire Slows Route 17 Traffic In Endwell

Eastbound traffic on Route 17 in the town of Union backed up for a time this morning after flames engulfed a plumbing company van.

Authorities say the fire was reported at 9:40. The burning vehicle was stopped on the right shoulder of the highway near the Westover exit

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Crews Prepare For Downtown Binghamton Demolition

Workers have been positioning equipment and making preparations for the demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers Furniture building in downtown Binghamton.

City officials on Wednesday announced the Water Street structure would be torn down because engineers determined it could collapse

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Lab Analyzing Samples From Binghamton Fire Scene

Investigators working to determine the cause of a devastating fire in downtown Binghamton are awaiting results of tests from a New York State police crime lab.

City fire marshal Daniel Eggleston says the probe into the April 30 fire at the Ellis Brothers furniture store on Water Street is progressing

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Binghamton Pizza Shop Closed After Fire Reopens

A downtown Binghamton restaurant has reopened, a week after the fire at the neighboring Ellis Brothers furniture store.

The Nirchi's Pizza location on Water Street sustained smoke damage as a result of the massive blaze

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Fate Of Fire-Damaged Binghamton Building Undetermined

Binghamton fire investigators and insurance adjusters are working to determine the cause of a blaze that tore through the Ellis Brothers furniture store on Water Street.

There were no reported injuries related to Wednesday's fire which gutted the four-story brick building just north of Court Street

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Binghamton Fire May Have Started In Delivery Room

A massive fire that wrecked a downtown Binghamton furniture store may have started in a delivery area.

The blaze at Ellis Brothers at 162 Water Street was discovered shortly after seven o'clock this morning

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