Drea De Matteo was among the many people displaced Thursday in New York City's East Village after an apparent daytime gas explosion and the subsequent fire caused one building to collapse and two to partially collapse while a fourth was damaged.
Two dozen people were hurt, including six firefighters, and two men were still missing Friday, Nation Now reported.
"A hole where my NYC home of the last 22 years once stood... RIP 123 2nd Avenue," the "Sopranos" and "Sons of Anarchy" actress said Thursday, posting a shot of her building in flames.
According to the New York Times, 250 firefighters responded to the seven-alarm blaze, which was still being doused the day after the explosion.
"NYC's finest trying to put out the flames to mine n many others apartments," she wrote with the first show of the fire on her Instagram page, including a broken-heart emoji and praying-hands emojis aimed toward the people who were hurt. "Speechless..."
Five performances of the show "Stomp" scheduled to happen Friday, Saturday and Sunday at a theater in the area were canceled, according to the show's website.Copyright © 2017, Los Angeles Times