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FDNY Chief Critical of Hiring Efforts Settles Lawsuit with City

Gala wrote the pieces during the long and bitter battle between the FDNY and the Vulcan Society, a group of Black firefighters who sued the department over discrimination and eventually won.

10 Hurt in Crash with FDNY Ladder Truck

Ten people, including two firefighters, were treated at the scene or transported to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.

First Run for New FDNY Tower Ladder 35

First run for the new Seagrave tower ladder.

New FDNY Super Pumper 1

The hosebed carries 2,600 feet of large-diameter hose, the same that FDNY satellite units respond with. The top of the vehicle has a large Williams electric deluge gun with two smaller TFT guns on the rear of the unit and a 1,000-gallon Class A foam tank.

Parents of Fallen New York Firefighter Fight for Answers in Son’s Death

“I would have never imagined that if someone dies, that you don’t have a right to find out why,”

Rescues at Manhattan Box 0854

Engine Company 54 transmits the urgent message for fire out the windows of a five-story multiple dwelling.

Stolen New York Ambulance Driven into Bay

“It was surreal to see somebody come flying through, crashing through our gate and go into the water,”

Resident Harasses Firefighters at Brooklyn Fire

Box 1060, multiple calls of persons trapped, and an angry resident on the scene wanting water on the fire.

Rochester Union Says Ambulance Delay is Cause to Switch to Fire-based EMS

Santiago says a solution here could be a fire-based EMS service, and help take the stress off the system.

Photo Gallery: Bus Crashes into Brooklyn Building

A total of 16 people were hurt when a MTA bus crashed into a building at 174 Lincoln Road in Brooklyn.

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