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New York City firefighter died Thursday after a large fire broke out in a Harlem building where an Edward Norton movie was being filmed.
The blaze broke out on the set of Motherless Brooklyn in the cellar of an unoccupied building on St. Nicolas Avenue about 11 p.m. Thursday. Firefighter Michael Davidson, 37, who served the department for 15 years, was killed.
Two other firefighters suffered serious burns, the department said. A number of others with the department had less serious injuries, and three civilians received minor injuries.
Davidson, who was assigned to the nozzle on the first-to-arrive Engine Company 69, got separated from the rest of the unit and lost consciousness. He was later found by other firefighters and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Davidson is survived by his wife, Eileen, and four children.
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