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News, History, Events & Incidents of the #FDNY. This page isn't associated with the FDNY (Fire Department City of New York) in an official capacity. All members views are their own & do not reflect the City of New York or FDNY as an organization.

“I have no ambition in this world but one, and that is to be a firefighter.The position may, in the eyes of some, appear to be a lowly one; but we who know the work which the firefighter has to do believe that his is a noble calling."

-Chief Edward F. Croker, FDNY circa 1910


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Baptism by fire

March 14, 2022

2 Probationary Firefighters go to work less than a week after graduation

Attention Long Island Followers

March 10, 2022

You can now track Long Island incidents on the NYC Fire Wire App! The NYC Fire Wire app tells you everything you need to know about the FDNY from incident notifications, firefighting history, and news in the Big Apple and other locations worldwide. Follow these instructions to view additional incidents on the app: Click Incidents…

VIDEO: RVC Tanker Crash Footage

February 16, 2022

Fuel Tanker overturn in Rockville Center (Nassau) 02/16/2022 at around 01:00 hours a fuel tanker lost control and overturned igniting a huge fire and shutting down Sunrise Highway. Find out about all alarms across NYC and Long Island on the minute with the NYC Fire Wire App.

California Fire Captain shot while operating

January 31, 2022

Capt. Max Fortuna, 47, killed this morning while operating Today, January 31, 2022, 11:00 hours, Stockton Fire Engine 2 responded to a dumpster fire at the intersection of Aurora Street & Washington Street. While operating, gunshots rang out, striking 21 year veteran- Captain Max Fortuna. A 67 year old man was detained at the scene…

Lithium Ion Battery Fires

January 29, 2022

Over the past year, the FDNY responded to over 100 documented fires that were related to e-bikes & e-scooters. The origin of these fires is from the lithium-ion battery. Most cases, these fires have started while the unit was being charged. After a lithium ion fire is extinguished, be aware that the batteries can re-ignite.…