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December 2, 2021

Deputy Chief Inspectors Thomas and Rogers Make Department History

Shout out to newly promoted FDNY Deputy Chief Inspectors Chinelle Thomas and Emanuela Rogers, who recently made history in our Department by advancing to their current […]
November 24, 2021

EMT/EMS Trainee Filing Period is Extended

Deadline day has been extended! The application window for the latest Department of Citywide Administrative Services EMT and EMS Trainee exam filing period is now slated […]
November 18, 2021

FDNY Paramedics Graduate from the Medic Basic Program

Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro presided today over a graduation ceremony for 70 new Paramedics at the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn. “FDNY Paramedics have the […]

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Posted @withregram • @fdny #FDNY Probationary Firefighters at the FDNY Fire Academy on Randall’s Island lower the flag in honor of Probationary Firefighter Vincent Malveaux.

Probationary Firefighter Malveaux suffered a medical episode during training on Thursday, December 2, 2021, at the FDNY Training Academy on Randall’s Island. He was transported to Harlem Hospital and passed away on Friday, December 3rd. He is the 1,154th member of the Department to make the Supreme Sacrifice in the line-of-duty. Probationary Firefighter Malveaux is survived by his parents, Loyd and Vincent.
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Posted @withregram • @fdny It is with deep regret that #FDNY Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro announces the death of Probationary Firefighter Vincent Malveaux. Probationary Firefighter Malveaux, 31, from Brooklyn, suffered a medical episode during morning training on Thursday, December 2, 2021, at the FDNY Training Academy on Randall’s Island. He was transported to Harlem Hospital and passed away on Friday, December 3rd. Probationary Firefighter Malveaux is the 1,154th member of the FDNY to die as a result of injuries sustained in the line-of-duty. He is survived by his parents, Loyd and Vincent.

"From his work as an EMT, to his new path as a Probationary Firefighter, Vincent Malveaux found meaning and purpose in serving others. There is no higher calling than that. We are devastated by his loss, and our entire city grieves together with his family, friends, and colleagues," said @nycmayor Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Commissioner Nigro said, “This is a heartbreaking loss of a young man who chose a life of brave service to others, first providing outstanding emergency medical care as an EMT in the Bronx and then training to be a New York City Firefighter. Our entire Department mourns the passing of this heroic individual who dedicated himself to saving lives. Our thoughts are with his family, our EMTs who worked closely beside him, and his fellow Probies.”
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Shout-out to newly promoted #FDNY Deputy Chief Inspectors Chinelle Thomas and Emanuela Rogers, who recently made history in our Department by advancing to their current rank. They are now two of three women Deputy Chief Inspectors serving in our Bureau of Fire Prevention, which consists of highly-trained specialists who help to protect life and property citywide by inspecting buildings and ensuring compliance of regulations. Read more at JoinFDNY.com/DeputyChiefsMakeHistory. #ThrowbackThursday ...

#FDNY Emergency Medical Technicians are part of the largest, most highly-trained Emergency Medical Service in the world. Each day, our #EMTs work around the clock to provide the best pre-hospital patient care to the residents, employees and visitors of New York City. 

Applications are still being accepted to join our #EMS as an #EMT or #EMSTrainee. You can submit yours today at on.nyc.gov/3bELr0c.
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Exam #7001 Candidates: Remember to train while you wait! And if you need tips for your daily workout routine, check out our #CPAT and Fire Academy prep resources on JoinFDNY.com. Stay #FDNYFit! #WorkoutWednesday ...

Posted @withregram • @fdny On Tuesday, November 30, #FDNY #Battalion43 #Engine245 and #Ladder161 were dispatched to West 12th and Bowery Street in Brooklyn for reports of a person in the water. Upon arrival, FDNY Captain Thomas Mahoney and Lieutenant Kevin Sheehan were notified by members of @NYPD that they observed a person jumping off the pier and into the water. As both Fire Officers approached the pier, they observed an individual going under the water and struggling to get themselves back up. Simultaneously, Firefighters Brian Cutrona and Neng Bin Chen both donned cold-water rescue suits and prepared to enter the water to rescue the individual. Firefighter Chen was then tethered to a rescue surfboard and entered the water as the primary rescuer, while Firefighter Cutrona stood by as his backup rescuer. Firefighters Michael Milazzo and Raymond Ebro worked together as the tether team, while Firefighter Stephen Urso served as the spotter. Firefighter Chen approached the individual and assisted them out of the frigid water and onto the surfboard. Firefighters Ebro and Milazzo were able to pull Firefighter Chen and the individual to safety on the shore. The individual was transferred to the care of FDNY EMTs Ashley Bruhert and Anthony Gentiliamo from #Station43. ...

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