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.
5-Alarm Blaze Rips Through Farmers Market In Glendale, QueensFlames broke out at the market on Myrtle Avenue in Glendale just before 9 p.m.
Queens Leaders, Residents Call For Reopening Of Long Island City FirehouseEngine Company 261 was closed in 2003 by the Bloomberg administration, because of budget cuts. Now, residents say responses times have slowed.
Fire Breaks Out On Top Floor Of Building In Flatiron DistrictAbout 100 firefighters responded to the blaze, which broke out just before 5 a.m. Thursday at 19th Street and Broadway.
Hundreds Gather At Wake For Hero 9/11 First Responder Ray PfeiferOn Long Island Thursday, hundreds of people paid tribute to a man who has been called a true hero.
Heroic Brooklyn Rescue A Testament To FDNY Training; Rookie Firefighters SayTwo young children were rescued from their burning home in Brooklyn. The heroes include two rookie firefighters with just a few weeks on the job.
9/11 First Responder Ray Pfeifer Dies Of CancerA beloved FDNY hero has lost his battle with cancer.
More Than A Dozen Hurt In 5-Alarm Staten Island Apartment FireThree firefighters and four police officers are among the 15 people injured in a 5-alarm fire that tore through a Staten Island apartment building early Sunday morning.
FDNY Holds Open Houses Across NYC To Promote Fire SafetyFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the open house also serves as a recruitment effort with the exam coming up in the fall.
Thousands Attend Funeral To Bid Farewell To FDNY Firefighter William TolleyThere has been an outpouring of grief for the 42-year-old firefighter, who died on the job last week in Queens after falling five stories from an apartment building.