FDNY reports record-low fire deaths, quicker response time

01/3/2013 | amNewYork

The New York City Fire Department says 2012 provided the fewest fire deaths and one of the fastest response times in agency history. Fire deaths decreased 12% compared with 2011, to 58; the previous record was 62 in 2010. The department's Emergency Medical Service reduced the response time for serious medical issues by one second, to six minutes, 30 seconds.

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