FDNY FIRE BELL CLUB "MULTIPLES" JAN-MAR 2022

mack

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FDNY FIRE BELL CLUB "MULTIPLES" JAN-MAR 2022

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Note - lists of fire incidents are much more valuable when the data is plotted or graphed and tracked to see trends (increases or decreases), abnormal activity (high or low spikes), busy boroughs or units and other unusual activity. We get a lot of monthly lists and even yearly summaries on our site that can be looked at and compared, month-to-month-to month or year-to-year or borough-to-borough, etc. There used to be tracking year-to-year of FDNY companies which was very interesting. More to come - all initiatives are welcome.
 

grumpy grizzly

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I am glad that there are individuals such as yourself and organizations such as the Fire Bell Club who endeavor to compile the numbers that show the activities of the fire service. Unfortunately that is not the norm for other cities. Ever since the individual in Boston had to stop compiling all the numbers, the alarms, the incidents because of his poor health that source of information had disappeared. The same can be said for another major city that I lived in, there is no information source and the city doesn't make information available either. So please continue what you do.
 
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