One individual was harmed when a blast broke out in a Lower East Side condo early Tuesday, fire authorities said.
The blast broke out at 1:35 a.m. in a fourth-floor loft of the six-story expanding on Broome Street close to Ridge Street, the FDNY said.
Firemen quenched the flares in just shy of 15 minutes, as indicated by authorities.
One individual was taken to Weill Cornell Medical Center, in an unknown condition.
By late Monday morning, the fire was not accepted to be dubious, yet it stayed under scrutiny by fire marshals.