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@mike_garafolo “Lynch’s 2019 return could depend on Raiders location”.. (via NFL Network)

All Hands Fire was honored to deliver Firefighter Escape Systems Training to members of the City of Wildwood Fire Department. It was a especially rewarding to deliver this class on the 14th Anniversary of "Black Sunday". Funding for the Escape Systems and Training was provided by the @joeydmemorialfoundation . #firefighters were issued the Sterling Rope Company, Inc. FCX Escape System. #neverforget #blacksunday #allhandsfire #firefightersurvival #escapesystems #bailout #sterlingrope #sterlingfcx #anchorhook #fdic #wildwoodfire #joeyd #ropesystems #rope #training #pic #instapic #photo @whossavingyou

"Black Sunday" in FDNY. LESSONS LEARNED: 1. Wind driven fires 2. Bailout systems 3. Illegal add-ons in tenements 4. Brotherhood in the face of death By allowing FF J. Cool to use his rope and bail, FF DiBernardo showed the truest meaning of brotherhood. Even in the face of death, he thought of others and their families. Review, learn, and Never Forget. https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/fire/reports/face200503.html. . . . . . . . . . #firefighter #fire #feuerwehr #firefighters #fitness #fireman #emt #rescue #firedepartment #police #rit #ric #bomberos #paramedic #ems #firefighting ##firetruck #fit #workout #brandweer #instagood #firedept #pompier #photography #feuerwehrmann #like #picoftheday #bhfyp #fdny #blacksunday

One of my favorite dudes on the squad @t_dub90 .! (Music via @sheckwes )

@flashpointequipment - What have YOU changed?  January 23, 2005, a day that has become known as “Black Sunday” and one of the most sobering of days for our brothers and sisters at FDNY. Lt. Curtis W. Meyran and FF John G. Bellow both perished as they and four other FDNY members jumped from the 4th floor of a tenement fire in the Bronx. Firefighters Jeffrey Cool, Joseph DiBernardo, Eugene Stolowski, and Cawley also jumped and were badly hurt in that fire. They were trapped on the fourth floor and were left with the life-or-death choice of leaping 50 feet or facing the advancing flame front. Joseph DiBernardo would perish years later as a result of the injuries he sustained during the Bronx fire. A 3rd FDNY member, Brooklyn Firefighter Richard Sclafani died in hospital after being injured at a two-alarm fire in the East New York section on that same day. We can’t forget this and we need to honor these men by making sure we NEVER duplicate the loss. If you haven’t reviewed these videos with your crews, now is the time. https://youtu.be/7BN5hJLAg2w https://youtu.be/EvxtBC2gQ1g #fdny #blacksunday #neverforget

Today marks the 14th Anniversary of one of the most tragic days of the FDNY later to be known as “Black Sunday”. On January 23, 2005 six firefighters in the Bronx were forced to jump from the rear top floor windows of a four story tenement. Lt. Curtis Meyran and Lt. John Bellow of Ladder 27 were killed that day and four others, FF Brendan Cawley L27, FF Jeff Cool R3, Lt. Joseph Dibernardo R3, & FF Gene Stolowski L27 were extremely injured. Another firefighter Richard Scalfani L103 was killed a few hours later in a fire in Brooklyn. Lt. Joesph P. DiBernardo Rescue 3 passed away a few years later from injuries sustained that day. Today, pray for their families and remember our job is extremely dangerous every day. Check your equipment & personal safety system and train as if it is your life depends on it because it does! Stay as safe as you can be! Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation. #whossavingyou #joeydmemorialfoundation #soothersmaylive #fdny #fdnyblacksunday #blacksunday #firefighters #supremesacrifice #setauketfiredepartment #setauketfd #firefightertraining

Can’t wait to see more from @_gconley8 next season.! (Music via @liluzivert )

It’s impossible to listen to the audio from Black Sunday without getting goosebumps. #blacksunday #fdny #brotherhood #firefighter #rip #thinredline #repost @ffprovinggrounds with @get_repost ・・・ "Black Sunday" January 23, 2005 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "This job gets real, real fast" -FFPG We will never forget! Rest easy brothers ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Note: This is actual fire ground audio from that day which was edited to fit into this post. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ More audio from "Black Sunday" on our Facebook page ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Stay safe

Black Sunday January 23, 2005 #neverforget #blacksunday #gemtorharness

Coach Ansley Mic’d Up for Senior Bowl practice.! (via NFL/Raiders)

Today we remember the #fdny firefighters who died in the #lodd in Brooklyn, New York and the Bronx on Sunday January 23, 2005, a day that has become known as “Black Sunday” and called one of the saddest in fire department history. Two firefighters were killed and four others were badly hurt when they were forced to jump from a fourth-floor window of a burning building in the Bronx. As a result of this fire FDNY along with many other departments (ours included) now issue personal escape, or “bail out” systems to its firefighters in the event they are faced with such a situation ever again. #neverforget #blacksunday #blacksundayfire

"The FDNY remembers four brave members who made the Supreme Sacrifice as a result of two separate fires on this day in 2005, a day that has come to be known within the Department as “Black Sunday.” On January 23, 2005, six Firefighters were battling a 3-alarm fire in a four-story apartment building in the Bronx. While searching the fourth floor of the building for occupants who were believed to be trapped, the fire and extreme heat rapidly intensified, trapping the Firefighters and subsequently forcing them to jump from the fourth floor window to the ground below. As a result, they all suffered critical, life-threatening injuries. Lt. Curtis Meyran of Battalion 26 and Lt. John Bellew of Ladder 27 died that day from their injuries; and Lt. Joseph DiBernardo of Rescue 3 endured multiple surgical procedures before his death on November 22, 2011. In a separate incident that day, Firefighter Richard T. Sclafani of Ladder 103 died while fighting a fire in Brooklyn. Firefighter Sclafani and members of Ladder 103. During these search operations, Firefighter Sclafani became separated from his company. He was found, minutes later, unconscious and in respiratory arrest on the cellar staircase.(via FDNY & T2) #fdny #neverforget #343andcounting #brotherhood #proudamericanfirefighter #weclimbbecausetheyclimbed #blacksunday

What have YOU changed?  January 23, 2005, a day that has become known as “Black Sunday” and one of the most sobering of days for our brothers and sisters at FDNY. Lt. Curtis W. Meyran and FF John G. Bellow both perished as they and four other FDNY members jumped from the 4th floor of a tenement fire in the Bronx. Firefighters Jeffrey Cool, Joseph DiBernardo, Eugene Stolowski, and Cawley also jumped and were badly hurt in that fire. They were trapped on the fourth floor and were left with the life-or-death choice of leaping 50 feet or facing the advancing flame front. Joseph DiBernardo would perish years later as a result of the injuries he sustained during the Bronx fire. A 3rd FDNY member, Brooklyn Firefighter Richard Sclafani died in hospital after being injured at a two-alarm fire in the East New York section on that same day. We can’t forget this and we need to honor these men by making sure we NEVER duplicate the loss. If you haven’t reviewed these videos with your crews, now is the time. https://youtu.be/7BN5hJLAg2w https://youtu.be/EvxtBC2gQ1g #fdny #blacksunday #neverforget

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14 Years ago today FDNY lost some of their family on two separate fires in one day. It was later called #blacksunday and was the deadliest fire since 9/11. Rest easy brothers. Prayers to FDNY and families of the fallen.

Three veteran FDNY firefighters died in the LODD in Brooklyn, New York and the Bronx on Sunday January 23, 2005, a day that has become known as “Black Sunday” and called one of the saddest in fire department history. Two firefighters were killed and four others were badly hurt when they were forced to jump from a fourth-floor window of a burning building in the Bronx. Later, a third firefighter died after tackling a basement blaze in Brooklyn.Lt. Curtis Meyran, 46, of Battalion 26, and Firefighter John Bellew, 37, of Ladder 27, died after battling the Bronx blaze on East 178th Street in the Morris Heights section. Three firefighters were in critical condition at St. Barnabas, and a fourth was in serious condition at Jacobi Medical Center. Six Bronx firefighters became trapped in the building while searching for people on the fourth floor. When the fire from the third floor broke through to the fourth, they were faced with a horrifying choice. They jumped out a fourth-floor window, knowing that they would be critically injured. Firefighters Jeffrey Cool, Joseph DiBernardo, Eugene Stolowski, and Cawley were badly hurt in the Bronx fire. They were trapped on the fourth floor and were left with the life-or-death choice of leaping 50 feet or burning up. The Brooklyn firefighter, Richard Sclafani, 37, died at a hospital after being injured at a two-alarm fire in the East New York section. #blacksunday #fdny #firefighter #firefighting #fireman #local30 #njfmba #fmba

On January 23, 2005, six firefighters from the Bronx, NY were forced to jump from a 5th floor window of a multiple dwelling on East 178 St. and the Grand Concourse. That day changed the lives of the members who were forced to jump, their families, and the FDNY family as a whole. On that fateful day, the FDNY lost Lt. Curtis Meyran L-27, and Lt. John Bellew L-27. Firefighter Gene Stolowski L-27, Firefighter Brendan Cawley L-27, Firefighter Jeff Cool R-3, and Firefighter Joseph DiBenardo R-3 were also critically injured from the fall. In 2011, we tragically lost Lt. Joseph DiBernardo from his injuries sustained from the “Black Sunday” fire. Since January 23, 2005, the members of RPI have continued to work tirelessly to develop the most easy to use, light weight, smallest in size, lowest profile, and most firefighter friendly, firefighter personal safety system available. Using the RPI 1/23 Hook, 6mm XTec Technora™ Rope from Sterling Rope, the Phoenix Descender, and the Omega Pacific Tephra Carabiner, packaged in multiple configurations, the Phoenix System is the most advanced Firefighter Escape System available today! Designed by FIREFIGHTERS, for FIREFIGHTERS! #blacksunday #fdny #rpi #rpiinc #fireman #firefighter #firefighting #newyork

Today we remember our brothers who paid the ultimate sacrifice on this day 14 years ago; a day that has come to be known as Black Sunday. It is the deadliest day in FDNY history since 9/11/2001. Two fireman died in a Bronx Apartment building fire and One fireman in a house fire in Brooklyn. The 4th fireman died due to injuries sustained from his fall from the 4th story in the Bronx Fire in November 2011. This is a price that all firefighters are prepared to pay. We will never forget their sacrifice or any other brother or sisters. #blacksunday #bronx #brooklyn #fcfr #frederickcounty #firefighter #fireman #ultimatesacrifice #lodd #apricewerepreparedtopay #fdny #neverforget #thebravest #brotherhoodstrong #thebrotherhood

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#blacksunday #neverforget Take a moment to remember the fallen! We will never forget. #solidarity

Today the Village of Pelham Fire Department has the FDNY (@fdny ) in our thoughts as we do on this date every year since 2005. Fourteen years ago three of New York’s Bravest died on what is now known as Black Sunday. ⁣ ⁣ On Jan. 23, 2005, firefighters responded to a Bronx apartment building and found themselves in smoke-filled maze of illegally divided apartments. With flames cutting off their means of egress six firefighters were forced to jump from the fourth floor. Lt. Curtis Meyran of Battalion 26 and Lt. Bellew of Ladder Company 27 died from their injuries that day. Firefighter Cawley, Firefighter Eugene Stolowski of Ladder 27, as well as Firefighter Jeffrey Cool, suffered critical injuries. Lt. Joseph DiBernardo of Rescue 3, who was also forced to jump endured multiple surgical procedures before his death on November 22, 2011 due to his injuries from that day. ⁣ ⁣ Just hours later, Firefighter Richard Sclafani was killed fighting a fire in Brooklyn. Please take the time to remember them today. ⁣ ⁣ #pelhamny #villageofpelhamny #pelhamnewyork #pelhamfd #pelhamfire #villageofpelhamfiredept #villageofpelhamfd #pelhamfiredept #pelhamfiredepartment #pelhamfirefighters #local2213 #iaff2213 #iaff #firefighter #firehouse #firedepartment #firedept #westchester #westchesterny #westchestercounty #westchesternewyork #chiefmiller #fdny #blacksunday #neverforget #firefighters #newyork

Fourteen years ago today we coined the term "Black Sunday" for one of FDNY's darkest days since 9-11. Two different fires in New York City that claimed the lives of 4 people total. An apartment fire in the Bronx, that caused 6 brothers to jump from windows of that 4th floor apartment building. Two of the six died from the fall, John G. Bellew and Lieutenant Curtis W. Meyran, the third Joey DiBernardo, who died six years later as a result from this call. In a separate incident later on, in the same day a basement fire in the East New York section of Brooklyn. This fire claimed the life firefighter Richard T. Sclafani. Firefighter Sclafani died when his equipment got hung up on a stairwell while exiting the structure. His mask and SCBA found dislodged and his PASS device in full alarm. It took over nine firefighter's to remove the one downed firefighter. This day was not only hard on the City of New York but on the fire service as a whole. With these tragic incidents, lots of learning came from these incidents. The Bronx incident taught us there is a need for firefighter's to have escape rope and escape systems in or on their personal protective equipment. The Brooklyn incident taught us about accountability and the resources needed to remove a downed firefighter from a tight area while entangled in debris. There's always some good from bad. Being prepared for firefighter emergency bailouts, and prepared for firefighter mayday removals had changed the fire service as a whole. Let's not let these brothers sacrifices go in vein. Let's remember these brothers not only today but everyday . . #blacksunday #fdny #lodd #neverforget #rememberthefallen #bronx #brooklyn #frederickfire #fcfr #fcfrs_photos #firefighters_daily #americanfireapparatus #learnfromourpast

'I wanna get hiiiiigh, soooo hiiiigh', on my Cypress Hill ish this morning, that's what i'm about! Most def' a classic! I know peeps feel me on this one. 🔥🔥 Cypress Hill - Black Sunday #cypresshill #blacksunday #djmuggs #breal #sendog #og #classic #vibes #high #realrap #hiphop #rap #dopeness #heat #blazeit #rhymes #beats #chill #westcoast #hiphopcollector #vinylcollection #wax #lp #vinyl

Raiders jersey history.! From Gold & Black to the Silver & Black.!