A fast-moving fire ripped through a Bronx brownstone early Monday, killing three people and injuring six, officials said.
The two-alarm fire erupted on the second floor of 2321 Prospect Ave. in Belmont about 3:30 a.m. and quickly spread to the floor above.
"There were heavy fire conditions on both the second and third floors of a three-story brownstone. When we arrived, numerous people on the street were screaming," FDNY Assistant Deputy Chief James Leonard said.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
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