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An Hour at FDNY Borough Command

Published on Apr 19, 2012

We are at Brooklyn Borough Command of the FDNY on Tillary Street and Gold Street off of Flatbush Avenue, where we see FDNY Hook and Ladder 110, Engine 207, and Battalion 31 (acting Battalion Chief today), as they go on a few different runs in the span of an hour. 110, 207, and 31 are housed with Division 11, Satellite 6, and the Mobile Emergency Response Vehicle (MERV). On the first run, 110, 207, and 31 respond to a call of a fire. Unfortunately, the call location information was wrongly sent to them. They responded to Nassau Street, but the call was for Nassau Avenue, somewhere else in Brooklyn.  

The second call we see is Engine 207 responding to a call of a person having seizures in the lobby of Civil Court on Jay Street. Luckily, the person was already being tended to by EMT's and was OK after being taken to the hospital. The third call we see is Engine 207, H&L 110, and Battalion 31 as the respond across the street to a vehicular accident involving a civilian and the Brooklyn Borough Chief. Apparently, the chief's black Chevy Suburban got t-boned by the tan Toyota. 

 There were no injuries to either party and the only damage was a dent on the passengers side back door of the chief's truck. You can see the Borough Chief in the white shirt. Engine 207 is a 2010 Seagrave Marauder, H&L 110 is a 2003 rear mount 100 foot ladder. Both Battalion 31 and Division 11 are 2009 Chevy's. Enjoy all of the action from Borough Command. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The videos were taken on April 10th, 2012.

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