Police identify 7 more victims of NYC's deadliest fire in decades

NEW YORK (AP) -- Police in New York have released the identities of an additional seven victims of New York City's deadliest fire in decades, including a 7-month-old baby girl.
Police say on Saturday that five men and a teenage girl also perished in the fire that killed a dozen people. Among them was 28-year-old Emmanuel Mensah, who rescued a number of people on Thursday night, then went back into the burning building where he died of smoke inhalation.
Mensah had recently graduated from the Army National Guard boot camp.
Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro (NY'-groh) says the fire started on a stove and raced through a door and up five floors.