HELL'S KITCHEN, Manhattan — At least two people, including a firefighter, were injured when a fire broke out at a Manhattan apartment building, fire officials said.
It happened around 9:48 a.m. in the vicinity of Ninth Avenue and West 56 Street in Hell’s Kitchen.
About 60 members of the FDNY arrived to put out the fire at a six-story apartment building, fire officials said.
One civilian was injured, FDNY said. He was prounced dead five days later, according to police.
A firefighter suffered a minor injury.
A man was taken into custody that same day and faces arson and attempted arson charges, police said.