|Fireboat, Harry S. Archer M.D., unleashes powerful streams on containership Sea Witch, carrying 313,000 gallons of crude, after collision with Esso Brussels, on January 2, 1973.||
Firefighters survey gutted Brooklyn Brownstone, where one deceased man & his surviving wife jumped from their flamming 2nd floor apartment, prior to FDNT arrival, November 21, 1998.
|Member directs ladder pipe stream at smokin' 3rd alarm at Manhattan Box 33-289, on March 25th 1972.||
Firemen ascend aerial as Tower Ladder 1 swings into action at Manhattan Box 75-115, December 27, 1971.
|Infant removed from 2nd alarm fire at Brooklyn Box 22-647, by unidentified member of Ladder Company 119. Six additional rescues were made at this fire.||
A 19th century "loft" structure at 47 White Street, goes to nine alarms in Manhattan.
|Member directs ladder pipe at Manhattan equivalent of 9th alarm in "loft" fire located at 47th White Street.||
Anguished expressions on faces of Firemen George Goldback L.102 & Byron Preston E.235 applying CPR efforts, as Fr. Richard Waligovska Rescue 2 [ Later retired, 6th Battalion Chief ] prepares resusitator. Brooklyn Box 22-941, on April 3rd, 1963.