Engineer faces perjury charge after fatal Bronx fire in 2006

The district attorney’s office has decided to pursue criminal charges against an engineer whose failure to fully inspect a construction job was cited in a fire department report on the deaths of two firefighters.

03/03/2008



According to a New York Times article, the Bronx district attorney’s office has decided to pursue criminal charges against an engineer whose failure to fully inspect a Bronx construction job was cited in a fire department report on the deaths of two firefighters.



CSE magazine covered third-part lawsuits in a recent story.

Read the two-part series here.





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