NYC Building Explosion Aftermath: On the Scene

March 12 (Bloomberg) -- New York City firefighters battled a five-alarm blaze after an explosion in East Harlem collapsed at least one building, killing two people. The blast came about 15 minutes after a neighbor reported a pervasive smell of gas. The explosion at 1644-66 Park Avenue near 116th Street, reported about 9:30 a.m. and heard miles away, killed two females, said Sophia Mason, a police spokeswoman. (Source: Bloomberg)

S&P Ratings Chief Sees U.K. Heading for Hard Brexit
48:05 - S&P Global Ratings Chief Rating Officer Moritz Kraemer discusses his outlook for Brexit negotiations. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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