Two Men Escapes from Burning Tent in Manhattan Brush Fire
Manhattan, NYC – Two men escaped from a burning tent during a brush fire that broke out in the woods of Edgecombe Avenue and West 167th Street near Harlem River Drive in Washington Heights at approximately 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. The men appeared to be uninjured as they jumped out to safety from the blazing tent.
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