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Red Light, Green Light, Blue Light – The Family

Red Light, Green Light, Blue Light – The Family

A tribute to FDNY Firefighter Carmelo ‘Carmine’ Puccia
Red Light, Green Light, Blue Light Podcast
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The podcast is a two-part installment and tells Firefighter Puccia’s story through the recollections of the two groups most affected by his loss: his family and his department. Viewers and listeners will gain insight into Firefighter Puccia as a husband, father, and firefighter—and witness FDNY’s solid determination that we will never forget.
A sit-down with Firefighter Puccia’s widow Jane, and daughters Isabel and Janey.
We remember
Firefighter Carmelo “Carmine” J. Puccia, age 32, of the Fire Department City of New York – Engine Company 53, made the supreme sacrifice while operating on the subway tracks at Manhattan Box 1236 on January 6, 1970.

This podcast shows the generational impact on a family. A single death is one too many.

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