FDNY Line Of Duty Deaths

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This dataset shows the rank, name, unit and date of New York Fire Department (FDNY) line of duty deaths.

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The FDNY (New York Fire Department) line-of-duty deaths have decreased in recent years as the number of fires has fallen, but with tens of thousands of structural fires still occurring each year, the job’s risks are still ever present. New York City firefighters are better equipped and trained than they were and the fire department has made enormous efforts to improve planning and procedures although some questions linger about whether New York’s emergency management strategy is fully prepared for the major cataclysmic emergency.

Date Created

2013-02-04

Last Modified

2017-11-03

Version

2017-11-03

Update Frequency

Annual

Temporal Coverage

1865-2012

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs => Fire Department of New York City

Source License URL

John Snow Labs Standard License

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

FDNY Deaths, Line Of Duty Deaths, Fire Department Deaths, NY Line of Duty Deaths

Other Titles

New York Fire Department Member Deaths, New York City Firefighters Deaths

Name Description Type Constraints
RankRank of service memberstring-
NameName of service memberstring-
Unitstring-
Date_of_DeathDate of line of duty deathdate-
RankNameUnitDate_of_Death
FIREFIGHTERGARY BOXSQUAD 12001-09-11
CAPTAINDAVID WATERSENGINE 51866-05-21
CAPTAINJAMES WHALENENGINE 61869-08-06
CAPTAINCHARLES KEAGANLADDER1882-09-15
CAPTAINJAMES SHAWENGINE 1591924-03-20
FIREFIGHTERCARL LEELADDER 71966-10-17
CAPTAINDAVID WOOLEYLADDER 42001-09-11
ENGINEERJOHN BULGARENGINE 431890-08-28
CAPTAINJOHN J. GRADYLADDER 21900-03-24
CAPTAINCHARLES BASSENGINE 791912-11-16