@DanBarryNYT
Dan Barry
6 days ago
A typical New York day has more than 3,000 life-death dramas, but we usually just hear the sirens. Here's my story about one: A man from out of town collapses on the pavement, eyes open, mouth agape. The clock is ticking. The city responds.
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@Maryclairedale
Maryclaire Dale
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT beautiful
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@catherine_aman
Catherine Aman
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT You are SO good at this. Gripping.
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@ChairmanStan
DSA NKVD Commissariat
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT @nytimes "the police do good things too! we swear!!!" ~the NY times
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@JadeJurek
Jade Jurek
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT @nytimes Excellent, gripping story. This is the way to do it.
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@PericoM34132888
Perico Martinez
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT @nytimes Most do a great job but the biggest failure in Police Depts. are the officers who turn a blind eye to civil rights/human rights violations of their peers.
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@kshea159
Kevin Shea
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT Again the rule is that @DanBarryNYT writes it, I will read it because he is an amazing writer and storyteller. Well done Dan and the Police And EMS workers!
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@coffeewoutsugar
A.G.S.
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT This is some fabulous writing!
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@david57661021
david
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT What a superbly written, very memorable story!
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@DonnaBiolsi
Donna Biolsi
6 days ago
@DanBarryNYT Great story
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