Police Respond To Great Neck Apartment Fire


The Public Information Office reports the details of a building fire that occurred on Dec. 30 at 9:47 p.m. in Great Neck Plaza.

According to police, Sixth Precinct officers responded to a call for an apartment building fire located at 15 Clent Rd. Upon arrival, police with the assistance of local fire departments were able to evacuate the building residents to safety.

The New Hyde Park Fire Department responded to extinguish the flames and was assisted by several other fire departments, including those from the Manhasset-Lakeville, Roslyn, Port Washington, Albertson, Garden City Park and Carle Place fire departments.

Three residents injured during the fire were transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation. One of these victims also suffered burns. The Red Cross also responded to assist with displaced residents.

Arson/Bomb Squad Detectives and Fire Marshals were also at the scene. The fire does not appear to be suspicious at this time. Investigation is ongoing.

-Submitted by NCPD


  1. This fire is a tragedy. Please note that in many buildings in GN, especially rentals, tenants store boxes, flammables and other items in garage/their parking spots. Decorations on tenants doors( wreaths, etc)are also a hazard. Unfortunately Nassau County Fire Marshals have been notified by tenants in buildings about these violations but the office refuses to enforce the law or address these violations that can endanger tenants should there be a fire. This matter must be addressed.

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