Former Sullivan & Cromwell chairman John Merow and his wife, Mary, have been identified as victims of a deadly apartment fire that broke out in a Manhattan building early Saturday.

The fire erupted at around 5 a.m. on Jan. 12, in the couple’s ninth-floor apartment in the River House co-op building on East 52nd St., near the East River, authorities said.

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