The seven-alarm blaze started Saturday morning. More than 24 hours later, thick smoke could still be seen pouring out of the building.
Firefighters rushed to the scene of a four-story commercial building at 5 North 11th St. in Williamsburg around 6:30 a.m. Saturday.
With extreme cold on the horizon, some people may think it’s safe to go out on the ice on a frozen lake or river.
A child was rescued by the FDNY Thursday after being caught on the ice in the Bronx River.
About a month ago Kelly spotted what he thought was a scraggly-looking greyhound while working an overnight shift at the firefighting facility on the island.
A memorial mass was held Saturday to mark the 10th anniversary of what’s known as “Black Sunday.”
When you think of the fire department, you probably think trucks, not boats. But their marine response is critical.
Crews rescued a worker from a Lower East Side construction side Wednesday afternoon, after he became trapped.
The fire broke out at around 4:30 a.m. on Washington Avenue in the Claremont section of the Bronx.
The Vulcan Society – a fraternal organization representing African-American FDNY firefighters – inaugurated its first woman president Monday.
The call volume began to rise between 7:30 and 8 a.m. and peaked between 10 and 11 a.m.
In Stroke Of Luck, Firefighters Practicing Water Rescue In Central Park Save Man Who Fell Through Ice
FDNY firefighters practicing water rescues in Central Park Saturday afternoon put their skills to the test after a man spotted in the middle of the lake fell through and disappeared into the water.
FDNY officials on Friday said nearly a dozen EMS workers looked at 911 emergency records tied to Joan Rivers’ death last year, and a few had no legitimate reason to do so.
Firefighters were sent to Penn Station late Wednesday afternoon, after smoke filled an electrical room.
Hundreds of department boats, trucks and ambulances throughout New York City now have a blue line honoring the police force.