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Emergencies

'What is happening right now in Brooklyn neighborhoods is an absolute witch hunt. Members of the Jewish community are being publicly castigated and talked about in the most anti-Semitic ways I could possibly imagine.'
Getting out of the 9/11 Museum in an emergency can be a lengthy, harrowing process.
Thousands of sidewalk FDNY & NYPD emergency call boxes were out of service in Manhattan yesterday, from the late afternoon until shortly after 10 p.m. Luckily, there's a way for deaf people to call for help using a simple tapping signal.
Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway said that from a technological standpoint, the multi-billion dollar emergency response system is doing its job.
A reader passed along this photo of an NYPD squad car parked at the Dunkin Donuts near Coney Island Ave. Clearly, this cop suffers from APP, Acute Pastry Palsy.
A stuck cab in Brooklyn Monday. Behind it an ambulance going
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