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Firefighter Steven McGuire from Ladder 161 shared more about the incident on the FDNY’s official Instagram page Wednesday. A carousel features a photo of a group of firefighters and footage of them putting up a ladder to reach the flames. It is also important to remember thatPark Slope in the early 1960s was not the Park Slope you see today.

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“One member climbed up and guided her down,” a New York City Fire Department spokesman told the outlet. Her mother, who suffered serious burns from the flames, noticed the smoke coming from Lambert’s bedroom and called police. She was distressed and wanted to jump from the apartment, according to NY Daily News.

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Vinegar Hill is often described as a quiet European village, whose off-the-beaten-path tranquil streets feel out of place in Brooklyn. The area has a rich Irish and Lithuanian history, as well as a Tibetan Buddhist center, popular restaurants, and a large mansion previously occupied by Commodore Matthew C. Perry. As the age of jet travel was ramping up in 1960, a deadly mid-flight plane crash over New York would temporarily dampen the fervor and foment public clamor for better air traffic safety control.

  • It was December 16, 1960, one day before the 57th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first flight.
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Features of the home include front entry sidelight windows and carved wooden paneling, likely designed by architect Charles Bulfinch, who also designed the Massachusetts and Old Connecticut State Houses. Untapped New York unearths New York City’s secrets and hidden gems. Discover the city’s most unique and surprising places and events for the curious mind.

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