Harlem Explosion

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East Harlem Explosion Leaves Survivors, Rescuers In Shock

13 March 2014 | 12:15 am Both during and after the explosion that leveled two buildings in East Harlem Wednesday, people were stepping in to help rescue people inside, and take care of the victims afterward. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/03/12/east-harlem-explosion-leaves-survivors-rescuers-in-shock/

One East Harlem explosion victim identified

12 March 2014 | 11:32 pm The victim has been identified as 44-year-old Griselde Camacho, a public safety sergeant at Hunter College. http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local/new_york&id=9464274

East Harlem Neighborhood Gripped With Fear Following Explosion, Collapse Of 2 Buildings

12 March 2014 | 10:23 pm An explosion that caused the collapse of two buildings in East Harlem Wednesday morning has shocked the neighborhood. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/03/12/east-harlem-neighborhood-gripped-with-fear-following-explosion-collapse-of-2-buildings/

East Harlem explosion registers on earthquake seismograph – PIX 11

12 March 2014 | 11:23 pm A massive blast in East Harlem that leveled two buildings, killed two women and injured dozens of people Wednesday morning was detected on an upstate earthquake seismometer. http://pix11.com/2014/03/12/east-harlem-explosion-registers-on-earthquake-seismograph/

Metro-North restores service after East Harlem explosion | PIX 11

12 March 2014 | 6:17 pm The MTA has restored all Metro-North service that had been crippled after the East Harlem explosion. http://pix11.com/2014/03/12/explosion-in-east-harlem-leaves-messy-commute/

Photos From East Harlem Building Explosion | The New York Observer

12 March 2014 | 5:18 pm An explosion in East Harlem has left at least two dead and 18 injured with many people missing. The Observer was on the scene and took some photos of the mayhem that ensued after the morning explosion on Park Avenue  http://observer.com/2014/03/photos-from-east-harlem-building-explosion/

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NEW Fire, police, and EMS coordination at apartment building explosion, Harlem,

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4 Responses to Harlem Explosion

  • Kootaka says:

    Does “windows Crash Out Of Their Frames” Mean “window Break Into Pieces”? She said she saw windows crash out of their frames. She struggled to get out of the room because the door was jammed. A neighbor heard her cries for help and assisted her.
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    “Two Dead in Explosion, Collapse at East Harlem
    Residential Buildings.” WSJ

    Does “windows crash out of their frames” mean “window break into pieces”?

    I am looking forward to your reply.

  • Will Darrell Issa Hold 17 Taxpayer Funded Hearings On Obama’s Involvement In The Harlem Explosion? Obama will probably blame this on a gas leak, which means he’s covering up for the Muslim Brotherhood.

    The American people deserve the truth, and only Issa’s bloodhound instinct can reveal it.

  • Kim says:

    History – Topic – Abcdefghijkl? Hello,

    I have to make a presentation about african-american history for my exam. I don’t know which subtopic i should choose. I have thought about: Civil Rights Movement, Civil War, Slavery, Segregation or Native Americans. What do you think is the best of these topics, or do you have better ideas? I want a good subject, because it’s for my exam. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    • Curator says:

      Personally, I always found the Harlem Renaissance to be a fascinating topic. This is a period of explosion on black art and culture centered around Harlem New York.

      This movement essentially birthed the popularity of jazz music, with trumpet play Louis Armstrong and singer Bessie Smith.

      Also, the writer Langston Hughs became famous in this era with his poem “A Negro Speak of Rivers”.

      Also, a rather peculiar man by the name of Marcus Garvey became quite a controversy, as he was an African-American man who decided that if blacks were not to be accepted in America that they would return to Africa, and he even facillitated this by owning a steamboat company called the Black Star that would transport blacks back to Africa.

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