SI Man suing because he jumped out of a moving ambulance
Staten Island man sues city after jumping from ambulance STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A Staten Island man who allegedly jumped from a moving ambulance is suing the city for allowing the incident to take place. Yaugeni Kralkin, 54, who admitted in court papers that he had been drinking alcohol prior to the incident, claims the respondin
The Fire Department is in talks with City Hall over the best way to provide reliable ambulance service in the wake of the sudden shutdown of the private ambulance company TransCare last month , according to Fire Department Commissioner Daniel Nigro. TransCare was one of the private companies — besides the FDNY EMS — that sends ambulances to 9
A report that a building had partially collapsed in Brooklyn has turned into a false alarm. A fire department spokesman now says there was no partial collapse. He says firefighters had initially responded to report of a partial collapse at a building under construction on Myrtle Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant just after 8 p.m. Thursday. Police say th
This year, the New York Fire Department finally graduated one of its female recruits after quite some time of her trying, but there’s something major missing from the whole ordeal that’s raising eyebrows across the country.