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Topic - Dennis Guerra
A Fire Department union official says poor communication between police and firefighters was a factor in a police officer's death at a Brooklyn fire.
A 16-year-old boy who authorities say set a mattress fire in an apartment building has pleaded not guilty to murder in the death of a New York City police officer who responded to the blaze.
Police officials in New York City have changed the way officers respond to fires following the death of an officer.
New York City police Officer Dennis Guerra was an example of "valor and devotion to duty" who acted with selflessness and heroism long before he answered a call to a Brooklyn apartment fire last week that killed him, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday at Guerra's funeral.
Mourners gathered at a public wake for fallen New York Police Department Officer Dennis Guerra.
Two police officers were hospitalized with minor injuries after responding to a fire in Brooklyn.
A police officer who was critically injured last weekend while responding to a mattress fire in a Brooklyn apartment building succumbed to his injuries Wednesday, Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said, noting that the father of four "died trying to save others."
Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered flags lowered to half-staff across the city after the death of a police officer.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City is "hurting" after the death of a police officer.
The head of New York City's largest police union is condemning the "foolish actions" that allegedly led to the death of an officer responding to a Brooklyn fire.