Observant Postal Worker Saves Elderly Woman’s Life After FallAn elderly woman was clinging to life, alone in her home, and almost didn't make it.
Seen At 11: Parks Department Under Fire Over Absence Of Smoke Alarms In Rec CentersWhether we're at home or out and about, most of assume that when it comes to fire safety, state of the art alarms will protect us.
Cuomo Returns From Hurricane Maria-Ravaged Puerto Rico, Calls Devastation 'Really Breathtaking'New York will also be delivering emergency supplies on a plane donated by JetBlue and providing specialists to help repair the island's devastated power structure.
Woman Falls Into Hole At Brighton Beach Construction SiteWatch where you walk or it could happen to you -- a pedestrian in Brooklyn wound up getting swallowed by the earth.
50 People To Know: FDNY’s Jim Sorokac & The Solemn Duty Of Tolling The 9/11 BellThe NYPD and Port Authority now share the task. But for 10 years, Sorokac alone stood at attention for four and a half hours and tolled the bell.
Already Stretched Thin From Harvey, Area Red Cross Teams Deployed To Help With Irma's AftermathThe organization says teams will be sent to the U.S. Virgin Islands through Florida, all the way to the mid-Atlantic region as needed.
Firefighters Injured Battling Fast-Moving Fire In TribecaThe five-alarm fire started early Friday evening on Murray Street, a block away from City Hall.
FDNY Chief, Family Honored For Rushing To The Rescue of Drowning SwimmerOyster Bay officials honored an FDNY chief and his family on Tuesday, for saving the life of a swimmer who was drowning in the Long Island Sound.
Local First Responders Head To Texas To Help With Tropical Storm Harvey RescuesNew York City has sent 120 emergency personnel to Texas to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced early Sunday.
Firefighters Lift Tiny Electric Car In Bedford-StuyvesantThey were trying to drive an engine down a side street, but the car was blocking the way.
4 Workers Rescued After Being Trapped In Elevator 200 Feet Below The Surface At Brooklyn Con Ed PlantFirefighters were called to the Hudson Avenue plant at around 7:40 a.m. to rescue the workers. 
Several Hurt, Including Eight Firefighters, In West Village 2-Alarm FireFDNY crews responded to reports of a fire in the mixed use residential building on Hudson Street just before 3:30 p.m.

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