NY Firefighers Respond to Series of Explosions in Manhattan Area

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Roosevelt Island rocked by overnight blasts

The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) has responded to reports of explosions on Roosevelt Island in the Manhattan area of New York, according to local officials.

Alarmed residents claimed to have heard small explosions coming from the area of 580 Main Street, south of the Roosevelt Island Bridge and Tram.

“Buildings shook and tremors were felt,” said eyewitnesses.

Power cuts have also been reported in buildings at 2 and 4 River Road, south of the aerial tramway that connects Roosevelt Island to the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

🚨#UPDATE: Police investigating reports of small explosions from multiple manholes causing power outages across Roosevelt Island in New York City so far no reports of injuries at this time. Con Edison officials have just arrived on scene pic.twitter.com/hNKPd3V1oP

— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) January 2, 2024

According to local media outlets, there is a large firefighting effort underway at the scene. There are also currently many helicopters in the area.

No injuries have been reported.

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