Clear, concise, level-headed communication is one of the best characteristics a first-due officer can have. Especially when the local alarm turns out to be two floors of heavy fire and the exposures starting to go.
Two-part video report on the lives of the men of E.37, L.26 dispels the myth about guys sitting around playing checkers.
Another example of how it looks when the garbage man doesn’t get excited.
New engine returned as officials consider possible solutions.
You might have to wait for water, but the fire doesn’t care.
The new guy was just putting away the last dish when someone yelled “First due box!” He’s the last one on board and the engine pulls out just as he closes his door.
Steady wins the race and keeps second due from having your fire.
How come nobody is running around in circles in a state of sheer panic?
Hyattsville engine company crew recognized for earlier apartment fire rescues.
People hanging out of windows are hoping you are ready to work. Are you?