16 injured in Bronx blaze in New York
Sixteen people were injured as a fire swept through a building in New York's Bronx borough on Tuesday morning, according to New York fire department.
Four of the injured are in serious condition, AP reported, citing a fire department official. 
The cause of the fire is not immediately clear. 
The fire broke out at around 5:30 a.m. local time at a four-story building near the Bronx Zoo in Van Nest.
Officials said over 200 firefighters and dozens of fire trucks have responded to the blaze which is under control now.
Photos of the scene showed smoke billowing from the windows of the building.
The fire comes less than a week after 12 people died in another blaze in the same borough.