New York City will remain a defendant in a suit filed on behalf of firefighters who were killed or injured in a 2004 Bronx fire, under a ruling by the Appellate Division, First Department.

The panel agreed with the plaintiffs’ argument that the state’s Public Employee Safety and Health Act could subject the city to valid claims that the firefighters were placed at risk of death or serious physical harm by the city over the course of their employment.

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