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)


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.