Monday, December 17, 2012

Engine 24

FDNY Engine 24, 2000 Seagrave 1000/500, Spring Street, SoHo, New York
FDNY Engine 24 (2000 Seagrave 1000/500) and crew
Spring Street, SoHo
New York, September 2008

“Engine (fire helmet front color: black) is the basic firefighting apparatus. Its main job is to put water on the fire. It is responsible for securing a water supply from a hydrant or some other form and for suppressing the fire.”
(New York City Fire Department, Types of Apparatus, Wikipedia)

2 comments:

cieldequimper said...

You could post each and every one of FDNY's engines and I would not tire of them...

Dina said...

The photo is more exciting than the official description.