These are the must-read stories from the weekend

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Tragic fires at high-rise buildings in Manhattan and Queens Saturday left three people dead. Meanwhile, a family breathed a sigh of relief when a 13-year-old girl with autism who went missing outside a Whole Foods was found safe on a Brooklyn subway.

Here's a look at the must-read stories from the weekend.

Elderly couple killed in fire at luxury Manhattan high-rise

John Merow, the former chairman of a law firm, and his wife Mary were killed when broke out early Saturday in their apartment on the ninth floor of the 27-story River House on the East Side of Manhattan.

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CeFaan Kim has the details from Midtown East.

Woman killed, 3 injured in apartment fire in Queens

Firefighters battled an apartment fire that broke out late Saturday night at a building in Rego Park, Queens. 51-year-old Anna Latek was found inside the apartment and died at the hospital of smoke inhalation.

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Naveen Dhaliwal has the latest on the deadly fire in Rego Park.

Teen with autism who went missing outside Whole Foods found safe

Police say someone found 13-year-old Alexandra Zablan on a train at the Utica Avenue subway station in Brooklyn, nearly seven miles away from where she disappeared.

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A teen with autism who went missing has been found safe on a subway.

Car plows into packed Queens fast food restaurant

Dinner at a fast-food restaurant in Queens came to a crashing halt Saturday night when a driver plowed into the eatery - in reverse.

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Joe Torres has the details.

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