BLACK STAR NEWS PUBLISHER FILMS RAGING FIRE IN HARLEM WHILE SHOPPING

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[Fire Rages in Harlem]
Black Star News publisher Milton Allimadi witnessed and videotaped a raging fire one block down the block on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., in a furniture store called Lazarus.
Photo\Video: M. Allimadi

Black Star News publisher Milton Allimadi was witness to this raging fire in Harlem on Sunday.

After shopping at the Wholefoods in Harlem yesterday evening, at around 7.30 p.m., Black Star News publisher Milton Allimadi witnessed a raging fire one block down the block on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., in a furniture store called Lazarus next to a Verizon across from the state office building and iconic ACP statue and the Theresa Hotel.

"I wasn't able to find out the cause of the fire at that time but I believe there was no one in the buildings," Allimadi says. "I stood at a socially-safe distance as I shot the video. Unfortunately, there were dozens of people, many of whom had no masks or gloves."

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