Recent Messages

3/28/2015 10:42:27 AM
Notify NYC - Notification
Notification issued 3/28/15 at 10:42 PM. Following an earlier closure, the southbound FDR Drive ramp to the Brooklyn Bridge, and the eastbound Brooklyn Bridge have re-opened to vehicular traffic. Expect residual delays.


3/28/2015 9:55:30 AM
Notify NYC - Notification
Notification issued 3/28/15 at 9:54 AM. Due to FDNY activity at Jay Street and Tillary Street in Brooklyn, the southbound FDR Drive ramp to the Brooklyn Bridge is closed. In addition, the eastbound Brooklyn Bridge is closed. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time.


3/28/2015 7:11:02 AM
Notify NYC - Silver Alert
Silver Alert issued 3/28/15 7:10 AM. The NYPD issued a Silver Alert for the disappearance of Jaime Ayes-Vazquez, an 83-year-old Hispanic male from Linden Boulevard and 179th Street in the Jamaica area of Queens. He was last seen on Thursday, 3/26 at approximately 6:00 AM leaving the VS Hospital located at 423 East 23rd Street in Manhattan. Mr. Ayes-Vazquez is described as 5'8", 165lbs wearing a black jacket, grey sweatpants and black baseball hat. If seen, please call 9-1-1. A photo is available at http://i.imgur.com/vX8RCgU.jpg.


3/27/2015 11:29:30 PM
Notify NYC - Silver Alert
Silver Alert issued 3/27/15 11:28 PM. The NYPD issued a Silver Alert for the disappearance of Charles Winter, an 82-year-old white male with Alzheimer’s from the Oakland Garden area of Queens. He was last seen 3/27 approximately 8:30 AM leaving his residence in the area of 220th Street/73rd Avenue(QN)with his German Shepard dog, driving a navy blue 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe (NY Registration# AUA4088). Mr. Winter is described as 5'6", 160lbs with gray hair, blue eyes, wearing a navy blue jacket, and blue jeans. A photo of the missing is available at http://i.imgur.com/GmIRbnX.jpg. If seen, please call 9-1-1. A photo is attached.


3/27/2015 7:44:32 PM
Notify NYC - Notification
Notification issued 3/27/15 at 7:45 PM. Following an earlier incident, 7 train service has been restored with residual delays.


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