Officials: Second Smallest Number Of Fire Deaths Ever For NYC In 2015Fewer people died in fires in New York City in 2015 than the year before -- marking the second-lowest figure for fatal fires in city history, officials said Friday.
FDNY: June 2015 Marks First Month In 150 Years With No Recorded NYC Fire DeathsJune 2015 marked the first month on record in 150 years that the FDNY reported no fire fatalities, Commissioner Daniel Nigro announced Wednesday.
Bloomberg Praises FDNY For Record Low In Fire DeathsMayor Michael Bloomberg this weak heaped praise on the New York City Fire Department, after the department achieved the lowest number of civilian fire deaths in its history.
Officials: 2012 Had Fewest Civilian Fire Deaths In NYC HistoryThe city had 58 fire deaths in 2012. That's four fewer than the previous record low of 62 set in 2010.