Proudly displayed on the route of the funeral for hero firefighter Jared Lloyd, is a sign from the Oizrim Jewish Council stating “The Jewish community mourns the tragic loss of hero firefighter Jared Lloyd. We offer our deepest condolences to his family and to the Spring Valley Fire Department.”
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If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
It’s a throwback to 1990, when McDonald’s proudly served Rockland County’s Jewish community. Who would have thought the place to go for a piece of Shmurah Matzah would be McDonald’s.
It’s a colossal traffic jam. With the Suez Canal still blocked by a grounded container ship, a mass of vessels wait to cross the worlds busiest water crossing. Time until the canal is reopened? It could be days, or weeks.
Firefighters and rescue workers continue to search through the rubble that remains of the Assisted Living Facility in Spring Valley which caught fire overnight. As of 9:00pm Tuesday evening, the missing firefighter has not been located.
It’s slippery out there guys! Rockland Hatzoloh’s H-7 discovered that as it responded to an emergency call. Thankfully there were no patients on board and no serious injuries reported.
A tragedy last night sent The Beach Shul on Beach 3rd in Far Rockaway up in flames. This photo was snapped of a Rockaway Shomrim Coordinator carrying a Sefer Torah that was rescued from the flames.
Seargant Sanchez of the Ramapo Police Department PBA presented a personalized wooden American Flag to Chaverim of Rockland in honor of their late member Moshe Herzog z”l CR-09, who tragically passed away in a horrific car accident in September. The commemoration was arranged by dispatcher DiBlasi.
In London, the COVID pandemic is real. This photo shows a line of ambulances waiting to offload patients at a London Hospital. Can you spot the London Hatzolo ambulance in this photo?
Kosher or not, this sukkah by Chabad Chossid Michoel Moskovski is definitely creative, and downright scary. The Sukkah, which in past years brought backlash when built in front of the apartment building, was built by Moskovski hanging from his sixth floor balcony. A word to the wise, don’t try this at home.
R’ Moshe Hertzog obm, the 28 year old victim of last nights crash on the New York State Thruway, has been laid to rest. Hamakom Yenachem Eschem b’soch Shaar Eveilei Tzion V’Yerushalayim.
After the historic peace agreement was signed between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and The Kingdom of Bahrain, a minyon Mincha took place on the White House lawn. The sight is humbling.
United States Peace Ambassador Jared Kushner gave His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa bin Salman al-Khalifa of the Kingdom of Bahrain a Sefer Torah for a Synagogue in Bahrain during peace efforts made between Israel and the nation.
This is a stunning image of Hurricane Laura, now a category 4 hurricane, churning in the Gulf of Mexico. The photo was taken by NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy aboard the International space station.
A good deed or gesture can change the course of a persons day or life. This warming site was seen Sunday on South Ridge Road in Pomona Heights. Make a Bracha!
Kosher certifications can be found on many food products, as well as some not so edible stuff. Did you know that face masks need a hechsher? Neither did I, but for some reason the OU thought it should be a requirement, and specified that the cloth material is dairy. Am I missing something here?
Lubavitch Day Camp of Monsey made a visit to the Ramapo Police Departments headquarters Monday, showing support through kind words and a meaningful gesture.
Despite the storm having passed, Firefighters are still hard at work, dealing with the damage caused. This crew is on Suzanne drive near the Toldos Aharon Shul, dealing with live downed wires.
Bais Chaya Mushka High School of Monsey graduated their senior year today in an outdoor and socially distanced ceremony. Congratulations to the graduates.
As the stage is set and the singers rehearse for the Hatzalah-Thon scheduled for Lag B’Omer, the only question remains, are you ready to help this great organization save lives?
A Monsey Hatzoloh Ambulance had its front end rearranged after striking a utility pole while responding to a call Erev Shabbos. According to sources there were no injuries, and no patients on the ambulance at the time.
The Ramapo Police Department expressed their appreciation for the Volunteer Ambulance Corps on the front lines of this Pandemic, including Hatzoloh, through a portable traffic sign.
When the Village of Airmont’s City Hall gets a stop work order from themselves, it begs some seriously thought provoking questions. Who screwed up? Did a code enforcer not get paid? Who exactly is the village supposed to pay a bribe too? I don’t know about you, but we definitely want to know.