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EIN 82-3543257 The EMS FDNY Help Fund is a 501(c)(3). EIN 82-3543257 The funds that we raise are designated expressly for the Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics of the FDNY. Our mission is to ensure the security of our Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics and their families in the event of death, injury, illness or hardship. EMS FDNY Help Fund P.O. Box 604362 Bayside, NY 11360-4362
Line of Duty Death of Emergency Medical Service Lieutenant Alison Russo

Lieutenant Alison Russo was stabbed and killed Thursday afternoon while working at FDNY EMS Station 49 in Queens. At approximately 2:20pm, Lt. Russo was on duty in the vicinity of 20th Avenue and Steinway Street in Astoria near her station’s quarters. She was stabbed multiple times in an unprovoked attack. She was transported in critical condition to Mt. Sinai Queens Hospital, where she succumbed to her injuries. 
She was a 24 year veteran and was awarded several commendations for her response to  WTC on 9/11, excellent duty and bravery. She made the Supreme Sacrifice while serving our city. 

Funeral arrangements for Lt. Alison Russo are as follows 

The wake will be Monday and Tuesday 

2-4 and 7-9

Cormmack Abbey Funeral Home

96 Commack Rd

Commack, NY 11725

Wednesday funeral services will be held at CW Post Tilles Center 

720 northern Blvd 

Brookville, NY 11548


The EMS FDNY Help Fund will ensure that all donations received will go to the family of Lieutenant Alison Russo.