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Top NYC news: 23 injured in 6-alarm Brooklyn fire; school bus involved in 4-car crash on RFK Bridge

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in New York City, from a lawsuit filed against a South Street developer to a man assaulted and robbed at a Bronx train station. 

23 injured, roof collapses as 6-alarm fire tears through Brooklyn apartment building: FDNY

Twenty-three people — including 19 firefighters — suffered non-life threatening injuries after a fire tore through an apartment building in Brooklyn, the FDNY said. 

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Developer built unsafe leaning condo tower to cut costs: suit

Forget Pisa — New York has the leaning tower of South Street.

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Chelsea woman eyed in extortion of her parents

A 21-year-old Chelsea woman could soon be charged with trying to extort thousands of dollars from her well-off parents in China, the Daily News has learned.

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School bus involved in 4-vehicle crash just off RFK Bridge

A school bus and at least three other vehicles were involved in a crash just off the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge in Queens early Wednesday, snarling traffic ahead of the morning rush as swarms of emergency personnel responded. 

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Man assaulted, robbed at Bronx train station: police

A man was punched and robbed at a Bronx train station last Wednesday, police said.

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