Fire Rips Through Bronx Home
Three sent to hospital, including one infant.
LONDON - OCTOBER 23: A fire truck races to an emergency call October 23, 2002 in London, United Kingdom. Deputy British Prime Minister John Prescott has warned that firefighters will be risking lives if they go on strike for a 40 percent pay raise as they have threatened. Full-time firefighters are planning to begin the series of eight day walkouts over 36 days October 29, 2002. The Army, Royal Navy and RAF are on standby to provide cover along with 4,000 part-time firefighters with the Retained Firefighters Union (RFU). (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
A two-alarm fire in a Bronx home sent three to the hospital Thursday, fire officials said.
The fire ripped through the two-story private home on Bruner Avenue, in Baychester. Over 100 firefighters were dispatched to the scene.
Three people were sent to Jacobi Hospital, two with serious injuries, including an infant in cardiac arrest and an adult male with burns.
The victims have not yet been identified.
Published at 5:22 PM EDT on Aug 25, 2011