Last month, a typo apparently sent firefighters on a wild goose chase and delayed them from reaching a Queens fire where three people were killed and four injured in an illegally subdivided home. Now, one of the victims is suing the city. The NY Post reports, "Shari Ahammed, 30, spent 18 days in a burn unit after his hair caught fire as he tried to alert fellow residents of the illegally subdivided house in Woodside. [His] lawyer, Herb Subin, said he'll file a notice of claim for unspecified damages Monday." Subin noted, "The Department of Buildings should never have let this place be carved up into five apartments. And the Fire Department should not have sent fire engines to the wrong house. The delay was over five minutes."