Location: 769 Fox St. off Intervale Ave.

At 11:00 E-82 arrived on scene at a post-explosion of 3 story row frame private dwelling.

There were 9 total transported patients, 1 in critical condition. 5 of the patients were on-duty NYPD Officers.

Units on scene: E-73, L-42, E-82, TL-31, E-46, E-42, E-44, L-19, TL-44, L-27, Bn-17, Bn-26, HazMat, HazMat Bn, TAC1, Rescue 4, Squad 41, L-48, Rescue 3, E-94, L-38, Div-6, RAC3, E-83, E-90, E-72, Satellite 2, Bn-18, FieldCom, Rescue Bn, Safety Bn, Command Tac, MSU, E-263, Bn-14, TL-14, Collapse 3, SQ-61, Car 10, Car 11, TL-144, Car 12, Car 11B, Car 11A, Car 4, Car 23D, Car 2C, TL-45, RAC4, L-55, TL-54, Bn-49, Bn-58, K9-1, Car 16E, Car 16C, Car 3, TL-163, TL-17, Bn-10, Bn-11, TL-146, E-216, E-274, Bn-35, E-320 acting 94, E-43 acting 50, TL-35 acting 31, Bn-4 acting 18, TL-46, TL-13, Car 12A



  1. Evelyn Ruiz on January 19, 2022 at 12:03 AM

    Dear lord Jesus Christ; bless all the people, family & any official-NYPD also firer
    fighter who were actually in the scene doing their jobs. May God bless all of them & allow all of them overcome the incident 🙏🙏 🙏

  2. Jake on January 19, 2022 at 1:38 AM

    Shit… Saw some footage on the Citizen app E-82 did a great job upon arrival getting the deck gun charged and in service immediately. Another fantastic job all around by the FDNY as usual. The Bronx just can’t catch a damn break right now.

  3. Getit Right on January 19, 2022 at 5:19 AM

    73 was 1st due

  4. Robert Rainey on January 24, 2022 at 10:52 PM

    No matter what has happened to the FDNY we still have good men and women doing what firefighters have always done. Still “Soldiers in a ware that never ends. Captain Robert Rainey Engine 26 retired.