Firefighter Dies in a Harlem Fire on Film Set | NY Times

A five-alarm fire broke out Thursday night in the basement of 773 St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, which was being used as a filming location for a movie directed by Edward Norton. (Photo: Stephanie Keith | NY Times)

A five-alarm fire broke out Thursday night in the basement of 773 St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, which was being used as a filming location for a movie directed by Edward Norton. (Photo: Stephanie Keith | NY Times)

Michael Schwirtz and Jonah Engel Bromwich of the NY Times reported on the five-alarm blaze that broke out at 773 St. Nicholas Avenue late last night. Tragically, firefighter Michael R. Davidson, 37, lost his life fighting the fire. The building was doubling as film set for a movie being directed by Edward Norton. The edifice is also the former home of the storied St. Nick’s Pub.

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