Owners of Bronx high-rise where 17 died in fire started by space heater face class-action lawsuit


Bronx fire victim Felix Martinez is currently clinging to life on a ventilator

Bronx fire victim Felix Martinez is currently clinging to life on a ventilator

The owners of a Bronx apartment building damaged in a blaze that killed 17 people are being sued for $1 billion by at least 22 people who suffered ‘pain, shock and mental anguish’ in the horrific fire, according to a new filing.

Rosa Reyes and Felix Martinez, who are married, were first to be represented in a class-action suit against the owners of 333 East 181 Street, where a space heater sparked the…



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