NY Post - November 28, 2017by Daniel Prendergast
One person was critically injured when a fire swept through a Bronx building early Monday, officials said.
The blaze started inside a four-story building on Frisby Avenue near Rowland Street in Westchester Square around 6:45 a.m.
Firefighters pulled one person from the burning building and rushed them to Jacobi Medical Center in critical condition.
The fire was brought under control in less than an hour and the cause is still under investigation, officials said.