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We all need to do our part to keep this virus in check. What is pictured below will NOT help. Please properly dispose of gloves and masks. Also, remember when you wearing gloves, act like you are touching surfaces with your bare hand... you can still transmit the virus by touching contaminated items then touching things like cell phones, steering wheels etc. Only use gloves to handle items that can't be disinfected easily and then discard properly after. In most cases gloves shouldn't be used, just use hand sanitizer or wash hands with warm water and soap. Also, make sure you know how to take off gloves safely to prevent contamination. Disposable gloves should be only be used once... Together we will beat this.. but it will take all of us working together to accomplish this
ATTENTION NYS Emergency Medical Technicians who expired AFTER 01/01/2015 Due to the COVID-19 crisis, NYS Department of Health is allowing provisional EMT Certifications to expired EMTs If you expired between 1/1/2015 - 12/31/2018 you can apply for a provisional EMT card good until 12/31/2020. If you expired between 1/1/2019 - 8/31/2019 you can apply for a provisional card at your current level good until 12/31/2020. Any card expiring from 9/1/2019 and beyond is having 1 year added to your expiration (this includes CLI and CIC). Go to the following link to apply for the provisional card if needed:
Please if there is no emergent reason to leave your house... #PleaseStayHome!!! Together we will defeat this crisis, but you play a key role. Save 911 for emergencies. Call 311 for testing centers and info.
Help save lives ! #stayhome #stayathome #supportemergencyservices #supportemergencyresponders #supportEMS #healthcareworks #juststayhome #dontbeaspreader #dontbeaspreadersixfeetorbetter #stayinghomesaveslives
As COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) cases dramatically increase in New York City... we urge you... Unless you are in a critical industry identified by the Governor of New York PLEASE STAY HOME!!! If you have to go out, please use social distancing and hand washing after touching items. It is up to all of us to stop this virus in its tracks.
As were deep into the Flu season and since the CDC announced that the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has its first case in the US, it is wise to remind everyone of some simple precautions that will help mitigate your chances of getting these viruses. 1.) Wash Your Hands, especially after being in public and before eating. Viruses can live for hours on objects like door handles and other surfaces. 2.) See your doctor for the Influenza vaccine injection. 3.) Limit contact with those who are sick. 4.) Don't be afraid to wear a mask. 5.) Consider taking a multivitamin daily. Consult a physician on the right vitamins to take to keep your immune system at optimum efficiency. If you do get sick.. 1.) Limit your exposure to others. 2.) Stay home if you can, especially if you have a fever. remain home for at least 24 hours of being fever free. (This goes especially for children!) 3.) If coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth or even better wear a mask. It will limit you spreading infection. 4.) See your doctor, if you have a high fever, or have trouble breathing. 5.) Plenty of rest and fluids... These are just a few ideas to help you get thru the flu season... If we all do our part we can limit our exposure!
Happy New Year 2020 !!!! The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC wish everyone a very happy and safe New Year! If you need a New Year's resolution... Try Volunteering your time helping your neighbors and visitors to Lindenwood, Ozone Park and South Ozone Park. You need not have any experience. Want more info? email@example.com or call Friday evenings and speak to the Membership Officer. Can't volunteer, then consider a donation. We are a IRS listed 501(c)(3) Non-Profit and your donation is tax deductible and 100% of your donation goes into Operations. Lastly, as always, as we ring in the New Year, do so responsibly. Please do not Drink and Drive. NYPD will have DUI checkpoints deployed around the city. So PLEASE, designate a driver, take mass transit, taxi or utilize ride share services.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC are saddened to learn of the sudden passing of NewYork-Presbyterian EMS Critical Care Paramedic William Bohr. Our deepest condolences are with the Bohr family as well as his brothers and sisters of NewYork-Presbyterian EMS. A GoFundMe has been established to benefit the Bohr family for future educational expenses.
David Bohr William Bohr Memorial - Lucas Bohr College Fund The sudden loss of William Bohr has left a huge void in all of us. We would like to celebrate Will'
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC wish all our friends, family and brothers and sisters in Public Safety a very Merry and Safe Christmas. We hope the holiday is filled with joy, laughter and most of all peace. Please take a moment in your day to think about our military abroad, Police, EMS and Fire fighters who will not be with their families this evening to protect us all. We remind you as always, to please celebrate responsibly, Never drink and drive, always designate a driver, take mass transit, taxi or utilize ride share services. ***ALSO PLEASE NOTE*** Our Phone lines are still non operational. We anticipate sometime by the end of the week to have this resolved. PLEASE DIAL 911 if you need Emergency Ambulance Service For other NON-EMERGENCY requests please DM here or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are monitoring Santa's progress and will make sure his visit to Lindenwood, Ozone Park, and South Ozone Park are safe...
Follow Santa Claus as he makes his magical journey around the world!
****NOTICE**** We are having issues with both our telephone system and service, which is impacting service... This may take some time to correct as we are right in the holiday season and have to deal with the utility and vendor. PLEASE DIAL 911 if you need Emergency Ambulance Service For other NON-EMERGENCY requests please DM here or email@example.com
We want to wish all of our visitors, residents and friends a Hanukkah Sameach. Our wish is for all is peace, love, and joy this Hanukkah season. As always, please celebrate responsibly, Never drink and drive, always designate a driver, take mass transit, taxi or utilize ride share services.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC extend their deepest condolences to the Jersey City Police Department on the tragic murder of Detective Joseph Seals as well as Mindy Ferencz, Moshe Deutsch, and Miguel Douglas the other victims of this horrendous hate crime that took place yesterday in New Jersey. Our thoughts go out to the friends and families of these victims. Hate has no place in our society.
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The officers and members of Lindenwood VAC wish all of our friends a very Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving. Please remember when celebrating tonight, be responsible, do not drink and drive, always designate a driver or use taxi, ride share or public transportation. Remember you are supporting Lindenwood VAC when you shop Black Friday and this holiday season on AmazonSmile using the link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7295865!!!
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Lindenwood VAC salutes our Veterans who have keep our great nation safe and secure. Thank you for your service and sacrifice to our nation!
The last NYPD Boxing Team Smoker of 2019 will take place on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Resorts World NYC Casino, 110-00 Rockaway Blvd, South Ozone Park, NY . Doors Open at 6:30pm, First Fight 7:30pm with an after party until 1:00am. Customs and Border Protection, JFK will be participating in at least 3 matches. Match Cards are TBD, Please come out to support our fighters and help some great charities in the process! IMPORTANT: It’s a costume party, so if you do not show up in a costume, expect a $10 surcharge at the door!!!! Prizes for Best Costume with a $200 First Place prize for Best Costume M/F! Official Link for tickets. IMPORTANT: Please use this link to purchase tickets using this link will support National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) Chapter 153's Employee Relief Fund! https://www.bluelineticket.com/#/home/ticketDetails/5d72d75a2bd824253bd69593/nteu153cp/5d430bae45b943d77fe7ad85 $20 Female Admission $25 Male Admission At the door, day of the event $40 CASH. ******NOTICE********* As Per Resorts World Policy: 18 Years of Age and Older NO Masks NO Painted Faces that will distort facial recognition cameras NO Firearms / Weapons **PLEASE SHARE THIS POST**
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC would like to extend our warmish wishes and L'shana tova to the residents of our community and our fans who practice the Jewish faith as they celebrate Rosh Hashana 5780 this evening. We wish you all the best of health, prosperity and peace in the coming year.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC extend our deepest condolences to our partners in public safety, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) on the tragic loss of Police Officer Brian Mulkeen, 33 years old, a seven year veteran of NYPD assigned to Patrol Borough Bronx, Anti-Crime Unit who succumbed to his injuries sustained while trying to apprehend an armed suspect inside the Edenwald Houses inside the confines of the 47 Precinct in The Bronx. This is another tragic highlight of the dangerous work our public safety professionals perform daily in neighborhoods across our nation. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Mulkeen family and his friends as they cope with his tragic and senseless loss.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC are saddened to learn of the passing of Commander James "Rocky" Robinson of Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Commander Robinson founded the corps in 1998, bringing Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Ambulance Services to the well under served inner city community of Bedford-Stuyvesant. His hard work, against numerous odds, allowed hundreds of neighborhood youth to be trained in CPR and First Aid and eventually becoming Emergency Medical Technicians. His work went well beyond helping the injured. Commander Robinson was a true pioneer in the NYC Volunteer Ambulance Community and his passing saddens us all. On behalf of the Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC, we extend our deepest condolences to our brothers and sisters at Bedford-Stuyvesant VAC, the Robinson family and the community of Bedford-Stuyvesant on their loss.
Eighteen years later ..Lindenwood VAC will NEVER FORGET! We hope for eternal rest to those who perished during the September 11, 2001 attacks and the hundreds that have passed after from illnesses attributed to their response to the WTC and following recovery. Please take a moment tomorrow at 8:46 am, 9:03am, 9:37am, 9:59am 10:07am and 10:28am to remember all who perished and those still coping with the aftermath. … ALWAYS HONORED, NEVER FORGOTTEN!
As school starts again, be mindful of children.. and ALWAYS STOP for school buses displaying a RED flashing light on BOTH sides of the roadway.
Notification issued 07-19-2019 at 6:54 AM. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an Air Quality Health Advisory for New York City from 11AM to 11PM on 7/19. Active children and adults, and people with respiratory problems, such as asthma, should reduce prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors. For more information, visit the National Weather Service at http://www.1.usa.gov/16w10Sq or the Department of Environmental Conservation at http://www.dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/aqi/aqi_forecast.cfm. To view this message in American Sign Language (ASL), العربية, বাঙালি, 中文, Français, Kreyòl Ayisyen, Italiano, 한국어, Polski, Pусский, Español, اردو or ייִדיש : http://on.nyc.gov/1m52k8v
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URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service New York NY 736 PM EDT Thu Jul 18 2019 New York (Manhattan) Bronx Richmond (Staten Island) Kings (Brooklyn) Northern Queens Southern Queens- EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM NOON FRIDAY TO 8 PM EDT SUNDAY... * HEAT INDEX VALUES...Around 105 on Friday and around 110 Saturday and Sunday. * TIMING...12 pm Friday through 8 pm Sunday. * IMPACTS...Extreme heat can cause illness and death among at- risk population who cannot stay cool. The excessive heat may quickly cause heat stress or heat stroke. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... An Excessive Heat Warning is issued when the combination of heat and humidity is expected to make it feel like it is 105 degrees or greater. Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when possible, and drink plenty of water. Seniors and those with chronic health problems or mental health conditions are at increased risk. Homes without air conditioning can be much hotter than outdoors. Use air conditioning to stay cool at home or go to a place that has air conditioning. Check on vulnerable friends, family members and neighbors. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency! In cases of heat stroke call 9 1 1. In New York City, to find a cooling center call 3 1 1 or visit http://nyc.gov/oem https://www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/types-of-emergencies/heat-wave-safety.html
One of our former Lindenwood VAC members and current Chief of Springwater-Wayland EMS Fred Grambs, came across this article from the June 2002 edition of Emergency Medical Services magazine, Vol 31, No 6. If you have something Lindenwood VAC related.. old photos, news clippings, etc... please send us a Private Message, we would love to share them with the community at large.
I Am The Flag I am the flag of the United States of America. My name is Old Glory. I fly atop the world's tallest buildings. I stand watch in America's halls of justice. I fly majestically over institutions of learning. I stand guard with power in the world. Look up and see me. I stand for peace, honor, truth and justice. I stand for freedom. I am confident. I am arrogant. I am proud. When I am flown with my fellow banners, My head is a little higher, My colors a little truer. I bow to no one! I am recognized all over the world. I am worshipped - I am saluted. I am loved - I am revered. I am respected - I am feared. I have fought in every battle of every war for more than 200 years. I was flown at Valley Forge, Gettysburg, Shiloh and Appomattox. I was there at San Juan Hill, the trenches of France, in the Argonne Forest, Anzio, Rome and the beaches of Normandy. Guam, Okinawa, Korea and KheSan, Saigon, Vietnam know me. I was there. I led my troops. I was dirty, battleworn and tired, but my soldiers cheered me and I was proud. I have been burned, torn and trampled on the streets of countries I have helped set free. It does not hurt for I am invincible. I have been soiled upon, burned, torn and trampled in the streets of my country. And when it's done by those whom I've served in battle - it hurts. But I shall overcome - for I am strong. I have slipped the bonds of earth and stood watch over the uncharted frontiers of space from my vantage point on the moon. I have born silent witness to all of America's finest hours. But my finest hours are yet to come. When I am torn into strips and used as bandages for my wounded comrades on the battlefield, when I am flown at half mast to honor my soldier, or when I lie in the trembling arms of a grieving parent at the grave of their fallen son or daughter, I am proud. I am the flag of the United States of America. Happy Independence Day
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood Volunterr Ambulance Corps, wish you and your families a very safe and happy Independence Day!! Please be safe this holiday, NEVER Drink and Drive, take a taxi, or ride share service, or designate a driver. If you plan to utilize fireworks this evening, remember safety. Never handle a firework while lighting the fuse. Have spectators keep a safe distance away. Have a fire extinguisher or a charged hose on hand. A reminder, in the confines of New York City, fireworks are ILLEGAL and you can be arrested and have fireworks confiscated by the New York City Police Department. Also, take a moment before lighting your propane BBQ to ensure all hoses are in good condition and there are no leaks. For Charcoal / wood grills, never squirt lighter fluid into an open flame. Clean the cooking surface before cooking and heat surface and brush surface before placing food on grill. Make sure that food is cooked properly. Meat Temperatures Steak/Beef Rare 120 F - 125 F (48.9 C to 51.6 C) Medium-rare 130 F - 135 F (54.4 C to 57.2 C) Medium 140 F - 145 F (60 C to 62.8 C) Medium-well 150 F - 155 F (65.5 C to 68.3 C) Well done 160 F (71.1 C) and above Lamb Rare 135 F (57.2 C) Medium-rare 140 F - 150 F (60 C to 65.5 C) Medium 160 (71.1 C) Well done 165 (73.9 C) and above Poultry Chicken 165 F - 175 F (73.9 C to 80 C) Turkey 165° F - 175 F (73.9 C to 80 C) Pork 145 F (62.8 C)
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood Volunteer Ambulance Corps are saddened to learn of the untimely passing of New York City Police Department Bomb Squad Detective Luis "Lou" Alvarez. Detective Alvarez was among the hundreds of Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs / Paramedics who responded to the World Trade Center September 11, 2001, most of whom are now suffering from illnesses from the unknown toxins that were in the air in the aftermath of that horrible day. This nation owes these brave men and women a debt that can never be repaid. Please urge your elected officials to pass without delay the funding that is needed for the September 11 Victims Fund. To our partners in public safety, the New York City Police Department NYPD, our deepest condolences and our thoughts and prayers are with you and the Alverez family. #September112001 #911 #NeverForget
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day. While celebrating the official start of summer, please take a moment and think of those brave men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of this great nation in protection of our freedoms. Please be safe this holiday, NEVER Drink and Drive, take a taxi, or ride share service, or designate a driver. Also, take a moment before lighting your propane BBQ to ensure all hoses are in good condition and there are no leaks. For Charcoal / wood grills, never squirt lighter fluid into an open flame. Clean the cooking surface before cooking and heat surface and brush surface before placing food on grill. Make sure that food is cooked properly. Meat Temperatures Steak/Beef Rare 120 F - 125 F (48.9 C to 51.6 C) Medium-rare 130 F - 135 F (54.4 C to 57.2 C) Medium 140 F - 145 F (60 C to 62.8 C) Medium-well 150 F - 155 F (65.5 C to 68.3 C) Well done 160 F (71.1 C) and above Lamb Rare 135 F (57.2 C) Medium-rare 140 F - 150 F (60 C to 65.5 C) Medium 160 (71.1 C) Well done 165 (73.9 C) and above Poultry Chicken 165 F - 175 F (73.9 C to 80 C) Turkey 165° F - 175 F (73.9 C to 80 C) Pork 145 F (62.8 C) Enjoy the holiday and have a GREAT and SAFE summer!
As we close out EMS Week,we would like to share a great video made by our brothers and sisters at New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Bureau of EMS. Yes, our work IS different. #EMSworkisdifferent
The title of this music video is EMS United. It has always been my hope that as a service we can come together as one voice and strengthen our ties with one ...
May 19-25, 2019, is the 45th annual National EMS Week. In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our nation's communities. During this week we try to bring better public awareness of our emergency pre-hospital care providers, our Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics and Emergency Medical Dispatchers and their commitment to saving lives. In addition, we pay tribute to those pre-hospital care providers that have made the ultimate sacrifice in order to save lives. We like to extend our thanks to ALL of our EMS providers both paid and especially volunteer, as those individuals, sacrifice their time and sometimes their own money to bring their communities quality, pre-hospital emergency medical services. Interested in exploring the world of EMS? There is NO BETTER TIME than EMS Week. #EMSstrong #EMSWeek2019 #VoEMS
NYC Public Schools are CLOSED for weather tomorrow, Monday, March 4, 2019.
⚠️ Due to expected severe weather conditions, all New York City public schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Monday, March 4, 2019. ❄️ School trips, after-school programs, adult education, YABC programs, and PSAL activities are cancelled tomorrow as well. Yellow bus service for charter and non-public school students will not operate tomorrow. DOE central and field offices will remain open. ❄️ We are continuing to monitor the storm’s progress. Stay safe, NYC: Sign up for direct alerts at nyc.gov/notifynyc. Follow @NotifyNYC. Call NYC 311 if you have any questions.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC extend their deepest condolences to our brothers and sisters in public safety at the New York City Police Department ( NYPD ) on the tragic Line of Duty Loss of Detective Brian Simonsen, 42, 102nd PCT Detective Squad, who succumbed from his injuries after being shot earlier this evening while responding to an armed robbery call in the confines of 102 pct. Our thoughts and prayers are with this Detective Simonsen's family and his brothers and sisters of NYPD. Also, please keep in your prayers and thoughts Sergeant Matthew Gorman NYPD 102nd Precinct who was also shot during this incident and is undergoing surgery at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. We hope you make a full and speedy recovery. UPDATE: Tentative Funeral Arrangements: WAKE/VEWING: Monday February 18th 7pm - 9PM Tuesday, February 19th 2pm - 4pm and 7pm - 9pm FUNERAL Wednesday, February 20th 10 am Viewing and Funeral to be at: Church of St. Rosalie 31 E Montauk Hwy Hampton Bays, NY 11946 Interment will be at the Jamesport Cemetery following the funeral mass
Our thoughts and prayers are with our friends of the NYPD as another two heroes were shot this evening in the Richmond Hill section of Queens.
One of the saddest of Lindenwood VACs responses. RIP Police Officer DeMutiis #LindenwoodVACremembers
LINDENWOOD VAC MEMBERS: IMPORTANT NOTICE POSTED on Members FB Page and LVAC eMail
Even though the NYC area will not see significant accumulation of snow overnight, It's always a good to pass on these important cold weather tips from our friends at the American Heart Association.
The Officers and Members of Lindenwood Volunteer Ambulance Corps extend our deepest condolences to our colleagues at the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) on their tragic Line of Duty Death of Probationary Firefighter Steven Pollard, Ladder Company 170 who succumbed from critical injuries sustained while operating at a motor vehicle accident (Brooklyn Box 8628) on the Mill Basin Bridge in Brooklyn on Sunday, January 6, 2019. He is the 1,151st member of the FDNY to make the Supreme Sacrifice in the line-of-duty. Firefighter Pollard is survived by his mother, Janet; father, retired Firefighter Raymond Pollard who served for 32 years in the FDNY; and his brother, Firefighter Raymond Pollard, an 11-year veteran of Ladder Company 114 in Brooklyn. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pollard family and his extended family of FDNY as they cope with his sudden loss. We along with the rest of NYC mourn his passing while trying to save lives and keeping our great city safe for all.
From our family to yours, Lindenwood VAC wishes everyone all the best in 2019. Have a Happy, Healthy and Safe New Year. Please be responsible, designate a driver or abstain from alcoholic beverages, wear your seat belt, and drive defensively, as others may not heed this caution. NEVER Drink and Drive!
Well it looks like our 1997 Ford Expedition will likely need replacement soon. We were fortunate to have this vehicle donated by our colleagues at the Medford Fire Department NY back in 2007 and has served Lindenwood VAC faithfully since. We are hoping to have another vehicle donated to Lindenwood VAC. We are seeking a 4x4 SUV. Preferably a Tahoe or Suburban Police/Special Service Package, but will consider any make, especially if it is a Police/Special Service Package. If you know a EMS or Fire department who will be excessing a vehicle that you think Lindenwood VAC could benefit from, or you can help please contact Deputy Chief Buonincontri at firstname.lastname@example.org
From our family to yours, the Officers and Members of Lindenwood VAC wish you a Very Merry, Healthy and Safe Christmas. A friendly reminder this holiday season, please celebrate responsibility, designate a driver or abstain from alcoholic beverages, wear your seat belt, and drive defensively, as others may not heed this caution. NEVER Drink and Drive!
UPDATE: 12/26/2018 19:24hrs, As Per SBVAC's FB Page: *******Late last evening, the Stony Brook University Police Dept. was able to locate Michael McLaughlin and ensure his safe return home. We kindly ask that you please respect both his and his family’s privacy in the days moving forward. Thank you for all of your efforts to share Michael’s story and bring him home! Please help our colleagues at Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps help them find their missing member. As of this posting he is still missing. If seen please contact 631-632-3333 or 911
UPDATE: Late last evening, the Stony Brook University Police Dept. was able to locate Michael McLaughlin and ensure his safe return home. We kindly ask that you please respect both his and his family’s privacy in the days moving forward. Thank you for all of your efforts to share Michael’s story and bring him home! **Please read and share** Michael McLaughlin is a student at Stony Brook University and a member of SBVAC who is currently missing. The last time Mike was seen or heard from was early Thursday morning. It appears that Mike left campus driving west and crossed the state line into NJ at approximately 6 AM on Thursday. He drives a 2008 Subaru Impreza (dark gray) with NY license plate HRE-5719. If you have any information on Mike’s whereabouts, please contact 631-632-3333.
Christmas came early for Lindenwood VAC thru a very generous donation of three Physio Control / Meditronic LifePak CR Plus Automatic External Defibrillators from our friends at Rescue Training International. The donation of these defibrillators will help Lindenwood VAC better serve our communities. Again, a HUGE thank you to Kevin Mahoney and Sean Graves from Rescue Training International. Please check them out for if you are interested in EMS / CPR training!!
Volunteering has its benefits. Did you know that Verizon Wireless has First Responder Discounts of 15% off plans and up to $40 off unlimited plans? https://www.verizonwireless.com/featured/first-responders/
As a thank-you, first responders get Go Unlimited for as low as $30/line with 4 lines. Per month. Plus taxes & fees. When you enroll in Auto Pay.
UPDATE: 12/11/2018 @ 14:18hrs, FOUND with the great help of NYPD 106 Precinct... KUDOS! MISSING: One of our residents and fellow EMS providers lost his beloved canine, Please share.
Hey all. I really need some help. Harley got out of the yard today and we cannot locate her. My name and phone number are on her collar. Last seen at 109th Street and Rockaway Blvd. Please share and help us find her. also, Harley does have one of those chips. Thank you
UPDATED: 12/11/2018 @13:41hrs - SUSPECT IN CUSTODY UPDATED: 12/10/2018 @17:06hrs The New York City Police Department is actively searching for this car/suspect in connection with the murder of New York City Fire Department Fire Fighter Faizal Coto of Engine 245. 2006 Infiniti G35, gray or silver in color, w/damage to the driver's side of the vehicle. NYS plate JEA-2402. also wanted for questioning is: Joseph Desmond D/O/B: March 4, 1989, approximately 5' 10" (Photo Attached) If you have any information please contact the New Your City Police Department at the numbers on the attached flyer or dial 911. The members and officers of Lindenwood VAC extend their deepest condolences to the members of the New York City Fire Department and the members of the Coto family on their tragic loss. We hope the apprehension of his murderer brings much needed closure.
It's December, wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy Hanukkah and a Very Merry Christmas. A friendly reminder this holiday season, please celebrate responsibility, designate a driver or abstain from alcoholic beverages, wear your seat belt, and drive defensively, as others may not heed this caution.
☃️ Happy December🎄