Firefighters investigate three-alarm fire at Pelham Parkway apartment
A three-alarm fire ripped through a Bronx apartment building injuring 10 firefighters and a tenant. Members of the Castillo family, who live in the Pelham Parkway apartment, say they called the building?s management after they saw lights flickering in their bedroom, hallway and bathroom Monday. According to the Castillo family, Chimienti Management Corporation sent over an electrician who changed a light bulb and after he left they smelt smoke and a few minutes later the fire started. Other tenants say they've had problems with electricity in their apartments and wiring needs to be updated. Chimienti Management refused to comment about the electrical work or the fire.The Red Cross is working to find temporary shelter for the families who had to be evacuated. Firefighters say electrical problems might be to blame and continue to investigate.