Fire Department, City of New York
Fire Department City of New York honors the department's 137 years of dedicated service to the City of New York by chronicling its history of the department with a updated listing of all the firefighters that have been killed in the line of duty. This book features 272 pages of which 67 are full-color pages. It has been updated to include the photos of all 343 individuals that so bravely lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
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Where is New York City Fire Lieutenant William O'Sullivan, Date of Death March 8, 1956?
Yes, I was in class the day our school caught on fire. In fact it was the classroom directly across from my own classroom that caught on fire! I could see the flames from the glass windows located at the top of the classroom. It was said that Demitri Demitratis started the fire playing with matches in the closet room of that classroom. I was not afraid. I trusted our teachers to get us out safety as they did. Wow. That school was so old that it still had holes on the right side of the desks for an inkwell! Swear to G-d! Rest in peace PS5!