Manhattan W 48th St and 6th Ave. Level 1 mobilization called in regards to a fire in transit, fire was set by a female and exited the platform, unknown clothing description

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28 May 2020
6 day ago
[email protected]: Another $298M heading to @MTA, adding up to over $2B in federal funding from @USDOT so far, part of the $3.9B total from the CARES Act. This is critical to keeping essential personnel moving and aiding metro NYC in recovery. We are here for the people of New York
Manning Blvd at North Allen St is currently closed to all traffic as officers investigate a pedestrian auto crash. Victim taken to AMCH with injuries.
An NYPD rookie officer has been charged with murder in off-duty shooting on Long Island
Teen BMW driver hits, kills 29-year-old pedestrian in Manhattan: NYPD
45-year-old woman opened the door and was shot in the head and stabbed by the man, police said. The suspect then engaged in a physical struggle with a 39-year-old man who lives in the apartment. While the 39-year-old tried to disarm the suspect, he dropped the gun but took out a kitchen knife.
Manhattan W 48th St and 6th Ave. Level 1 mobilization called in regards to a fire in transit, fire was set by a female and exited the platform, unknown clothing description
NewYork State COVID19 additional deaths totaled 105 on Wednesday, compared to 112 the day before that, announces @NYGovCuomo
6 day ago
NYC on pace to begin Phase 1 of reopening between June 1 and June 15: de Blasio
A 19-year-old Buffalo man is in critical condition after getting shot on Wednesday night
1 week ago
In Henrietta on West Henrietta Road at Calkins Road police and rescue are responding to an accident with possible injuries.
Suspect killed in Harlem police-involved shooting identified as NYPD auxiliary officer, Ubaldo Gomez
Fire Knickerbocker Avenue Rochester, New York
Rochester Fire Department on scene of a working fire Knickerbocker Avenue.
7 people injured, including 3 in serious condition, after fire breaks out in Hamilton Heights apartment at 569 West 150th St., near Broadway
Erie County Covid tracker. 4 additional deaths yesterday. Death toll 459. ⁦Highest diagnostic testing day with over 2K tests in one day.
Manhattan 16 W 19th St. FDNY using all hands a fire on the roof
Niagara Falls police are investigating a shooting incident involving a man mowing grass on the 800 block of 10th Street.
New York State records 112 new deaths from the Coronavirus in 24 hours
1 week ago
Bronx 431 Leland Ave. Suspect barricaded in the home possibly armed with a knife, requesting ESU to the location
Schenectady police are investigating a shooting late last night on Victory Avenue. A Male victim died and a female victim was injured. She's listed in stable condition
1 week ago
Staten Island 597 Manor Rd. FDNY using all hands for a fire on the top floor of a 2-story commercial building
1 week ago
Manhattan *MVA/Overturned* Box 1723. Fort Washington Ave & W 175 St. Overturned auto, no pin
In Chili on Scottsville Road at 390 police are responding to an accident
1 week ago
Queens Belt Pkwy. Overturned vehicle on the with b Belt Pkwy near exit 21A, no pin
In Rochester on Draper Street at Portland Ave police are responding to an accident with possible injuries.
1 week ago
2 people were hurt and several firefighters suffered minor injuries in a fire early Wednesday morning in Queens
Police are trying to figure out if a third person was shot
At least 1 injured in Queens house fire at 90-17 55th Ave., near 90th Street1 week ago
At least 1 injured in Queens house fire at 90-17 55th Ave., near 90th Street
Investigators are looking into what caused a fire at a recycling facility in Greece at the J.C. Fibers plant on Mt. Read Boulevard
RPD says suspicious death last night on Boardman Street is a homicide. The name of the dead man in his 50s has not been released, but police say his killing was not a random act
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