A 16-year-old girl was shot in the face early Sunday morningoutside her apartment building.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. outside the Seth Low Houses on Belmont and Christopher Avenues in Brownsville.

The girl was taken to Brookdale University Hospital by FDNY paramedics where she is listed in critical but stable condition.

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EMT Training said...

I cannot believe the violence that you guys must have to witness as responders in the city. My hat goes off to you for the work you do.

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COUNTYFIRE INSTRUCTOR said...

Other than him appearing to what you describe him as. What are some specific instances? Be careful of Libel/Slander references. I am interested from the perspective of a dual functioning Firefighter/Paramedic. We do not have roving EMS Supers. They are "planted" behind computer screens and remain seated-upright "At All Times!" Are you still having to make radio-telephone base contact or are "S.O.P's" in place? We still call the Fred Flinstone Center(s) where we then, get on our knees, and hum the orders to a RN/1st year resident. Hoping the wheel of fortune does not land on Bank rupt