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The FDNY’s E-bike Task Force had previously issued multiple summons to the Brooklyn store owner
Bills highlight the violent line-of-duty death of FDNY EMS Capt. Alison Russo-Elling
Retired in 1994, the John J. Harvey was used to evacuate survivors during the Sept. 11 terror attacks
Firefighter Deo Lall Jr., 38, from Engine Company 153 died while off-duty
Judge Nicholas Garaufis is overseeing the FDNY’s civil rights settlement with the Vulcan Society of Black Firefighters
An FDNY lieutenant was one of six people injured during the church fire in Brooklyn on Easter
Firefighters rescued the brothers from a burning fifth-floor apartment in Harlem
Two firefighters were injured in a Brooklyn apartment fire that killed two people
One of the graduates, Probationary Firefighter Brian Sullivan, is the son of Lt. Christopher Sullivan of Ladder 111, who was last seen racing up the stairs inside 1 World Trade Center to help those still trapped inside
Crowd members, including FDNY personnel, booed as state Attorney General Letitia James took the stage for the swearing-in of 34 civilian employees and 29 members of the Bureau of Fire Prevention
FDNY companies found the victim in the attic of the Bronx house
Brooklyn Supreme Court judge ruled the inspection allegations are “unnecessary” to the age discrimination lawsuit from several chiefs
A bomb in a van in the underground parking garage exploded killing six people, injuring over 1,000
The two got into an argument over how to handle an unconscious patient
Lawyers for 9/11 survivors were denied requests to learn what former Mayor Rudy Giuliani knew about Ground Zero toxins
The city has seen hundreds of fires linked to the Li-ion batteries that power electric bikes and scooters in the last few years
Fire companies in Harlem faced several occupants hanging from windows and jumping from upper floors
Several people were injured, rescued as fire tore through a house in Queens
Police arrested the lieutenant and charged him with strangulation during a call in Brooklyn
The U.S. fire administrator, FDNY chief fire marshal, IAFC president and FSRI executive director detailed lithium-ion battery dangers facing firefighters and the general public
The victim stayed inside the burning Bronx apartment as neighbors begged him to leave
FBI raided the homes of two chiefs accused of taking bribes to fast-track inspections
Firefighters, inspectors faced smoldering batteries made from cannibalized parts inside the Queens scooter shop
The FDNY will be using additional data from the university to look at increasing traffic and call volume
Retired FDNY Firefighter Bob Beckwith thought he would just help then-President George W. Bush up onto a fire engine and nothing more
A toddler is among those injured in a first-floor fire at a Brooklyn apartment building
FDNY companies faced heavy fire on the first and second floors of the Queens house
Staten Island fire companies faced a fire on the second floor of a six-story hospital building