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Brooklyn: Working Structure Fire


There is a working fire at 1493 Belt Parkway and 20th Avenue. FDNY is on the scene reporting that the fire is on the 3rd floor of an occupied multiple dwelling.

Staten Island: EDP Pulled Out Of Water


FDNY EMS are on the scene & requesting NYPD forthwith to Richmond Ave & Jersey St. An Emotionally Disturbed Person has been pulled from the water, and requesting ESU to assist in taking the man into custody.

Brooklyn: Perp Search

New York, New York—Index crimes continue to decline in New York City. When comparing 2015 through October 31st, versus the same period in 2014, crime is down 3.1 percent or 2,817 fewer crimes, the NYPD said.

Nostrand Ave & Dean Street. NYPD is looking for a male black, wearing a white shit and blue jeans. NYPD ESU, K9, and Aviation have been requested. Unknown what perp is wanted for.

Manhattan: Foot Pursuit / Perp On Tracks


NYPD on scene at 320 Manhattan Ave and W 113 St, searching for Perp who has fled into the building. Perp was running on train tracks before, and exited through an emergency hatch to the street. Aviation & K9 requested.

Brooklyn: Female Shot & Killed At Lafayette Houses


A 24-year old woman was shot and killed Tuesday morning at a Brooklyn apartment complex.

Police say the shooting happened in the courtyard of the Lafayette Houses on DeKalb Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Officers found the woman at about 11:30 a.m. with a gunshot wound to the chest. She was taken to Brooklyn Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.

It is not yet clear whether she was the intended target of the shooting. The woman’s identity has not yet been released.

So far police have made no arrests.

(Breaking911 Newsroom)

Manhattan: 5 Stabbed On Bike Path Along Hudson River


A man wielding scissors stabbed and slashed a 1-year-old boy, his father and three other people in a series of random attacks in less than 10 minutes along a popular running and biking path on Manhattan’s Upper West Side Tuesday morning.

One of the women, 36, was stabbed in the chest and is in critical condition, law enforcement officials said. A 32-year-old woman was injured in the neck, a 36-year-old man was stabbed in the stomach and the 35-year-old father of the boy was slashed on the chest. The toddler also had a slash wound.

Police have a 43-year-old suspect in custody who is described as a homeless man from Texas suffering from psychological problems.

According to police, a bystander who lives nearby held down the suspect until police arrived.

“He did a good job,” Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

The suspect allegedly began the bloody assault at about 7:55 a.m. in a swath of parkland called Riverside Park South at 64th Street and continued slashing and stabbing people for three blocks, ending at 61st Street nine minutes later, according to law enforcement officials.

(Breaking911 Newsroom)

Brooklyn: Fire On Vanderbilt Ave


The FDNY was on the scene of a working fire at 139 Vanderbilt Ave & Myrtle Ave, Thursday morning. FDNY reported a fire on the 1st floor of 4 story brownstone. All hands were put to work, and the fire was brought under control in 20 minutes.

(Breaking911 Newsroom)

Queens: Car Hit 5 Students; 1 Traumatic Arrest Reported


Authorities are on the scene of an out-of-control car that struck five children in Maspeth, Queens Thursday morning.

The incident happened at 71st Street and Grand Avenue in Maspeth around 7:50 a.m.

EMS confirms six injuries, including the driver. All the students are reportedly students at IS 73Q, Frank Sansivieri Intermediate School, which is in the vicinity. PS 58 The School of Heroes is also nearby.

At least one of the victims was in cardiac arrest, but it is unknown if it is the driver or one of the pedestrians.

One other victim suffered a serious leg injury and was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital, officials said.

The other victims, all ages 12 and 13, are in serious but stable condition.

Suspicious Package In Manhattan


The NYPD is on the scene investigating a suspicious package in Manhattan. The scene is at West Broadway and West Houston Street. An NYPD Level 1 Mobilization has been requested, and the ESU BombSquad is on the scene.

(Breaking911 Newsroom)

FDNY Commissioner To Preside At Ceremony Promoting 99 FDNY Members


FDNY Commissioner Salvatore J. Cassano will preside over a ceremony promoting 99 FDNY members on Thursday, September 12 at 10 a.m. at the Christian Cultural Center, 120-20 Flatlands Avenue in Brooklyn. Two Battalion Chiefs will be promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief, 52 Lieutenants will be promoted to the rank of Captain, and 45 Firefighters will be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.

“With this promotion of new leaders in the Department so close to the anniversary of September 11th, we are reminded of those who led this Department that day and demonstrated what it meant to be a New York City Firefighter,” said Commissioner Cassano. “These new officers will bring to their work the unmatched dedication for which the FDNY is known, and for which those members we remember on September 11th serve forever as a testament.”

Together, the newly promoted members have over 1,400 years of experience with the Department. They will be assigned to various units throughout the city.

[Christian Cultural Center 120-20 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn]