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Flashbacks to September 11 From Rockaway Crash

Even now, almost a week after that fateful Monday morning when American Airlines Flight 587 dropped into Belle Harbor streets, people still search the sky when they hear an aircraft above them.



Crash scene already scarred by September attacks

For residents near the beaches of New York's borough of Queens, a chilly, quiet Veterans Day holiday gave way to a fresh taste of catastrophe Monday.



Sell T-Shirts To Replace BCVFD Ambulance

Activists in Broad Channel are selling patriotic T-Shirts to raise money for the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department to allow them to purchase a new ambulance to replace the one they lost under the rubble of the World Trade Center collapse.



Survivors Tell Their Stories …Ed Wilmarth

I was home sleeping, when a message from the Broad Channel Volunteers came through that a plane had hit the World Trade Center. I got up quickly and went to the firehouse.



‘Is Anybody Else Out There Still Alive?’

A Diary of The World Trade Center Experience of Four Broad Channel Volies



Broad Channel Volies Lose Ambulance In WTC Collapse

Like many other volunteer ambulance corps in the tri-state area, the volunteers from the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department responded with an ambulance and an unidentified crew of first responders and emergency medical technicians to the World Trade Center disaster in Manhattan.



BCVFD Appoints Chaplain

Members of the Broad Channel Volunteer Fire Department receive a blessing by their chaplain, Reverend Andrea Zarou.



Obituary of Chief Robert Russell, Sr.

He was elected to the rank of Chief of Department an overwhelming 21 times, serving as Chief from 1957-1973, 1975-1977 and again in 1984. 


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