23-Month-Old Girl Dies, 4-Year-Old Child Injured in Long Island House Fire
Long Island, NYC – A 23-month-old girl died and a 4-year-old child was injured in a house fire that occurred at 69 Maple Lane in Gordon Heights, Long Island at around 3:00 a.m. on March 10. Three of the nine extended family members inside the home also sustained minor injuries. The Fire Department personnel found the toddler’s body lifeless after the fire was extinguished. Investigation is ongoing.
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