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Red Light, Green Light, Blue Light – The Family

A tribute to FDNY Firefighter Carmelo ‘Carmine’ Puccia

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.

This podcast shows the generational impact on a family.
A single death is one too many. Chief Frank Leeb, FDNY
Carmelo J. Puccia

We Remember

Carmelo “Carmine” J. Puccia

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.

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