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23rd Street Fire

Limited edition book commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the 23rd Street Fire. Prior to September 11th, the 23rd Street fire on October 17, 1966 was the single worst loss of New York City Firefighters in the line of duty. The ground floor of the Wonder Drug Store at the corner of 23rd Street and Broadway collapsed during a five-alarm fire that originated in a storage area, which was concealed by a four-inch thick cinderblock wall illegally constructed by the building’s previous owner.

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Latest Podcast Episodes

November 17, 2016

Podcast: One on One with FDNY Firefighter Anthony Caterino and FDNY Deputy Chief Jay Jonas on the Department’s Firefighter Assist and Search Team

Podcast: One on One with FDNY Firefighter Anthony Caterino and FDNY Deputy Chief Jay Jonas on the Department’s Firefighter Assist and Search Team
November 17, 2016

Podcast: One on One with FDNY Deputy Chief Jay Jonas and FDNY Battalion Chief Brian Mulry on Complex Firefighting Operations at a U-Shaped Multiple Dwelling

Podcast: One on One with FDNY Deputy Chief Jay Jonas and FDNY Battalion Chief Brian Mulry on Complex Firefighting Operations at a U-Shaped Multiple Dwelling  
October 17, 2016

Podcast: One on One with Retired Chief Allen Hay on the 50th Anniversary of the 23rd Street Fire and its Lasting Impacts on the Department

One on One with Retired Chief Allen Hay on the 50th Anniversary of the 23rd Street Fire and its Lasting Impacts on the Department