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Fallen NYPD Officer’s Organs Save 5 Lives

Fallen NYPD Officer’s Organs Save 5 Lives

NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora will live on after his tragic death, thanks to a heroic gift. Mora, 27, lost his life after being shot while responding to a call in Harlem on Friday. His family wished for him to be an organ donor – and now, his organs have saved five people's lives.

January 27, 2022

Slain NYPD Officer's Organs Donated to 5 People

Leonard Achan, president and CEO of LiveOnNY, said Mora donated his heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas to five people who desperately needed them. One of the recipients was a member of Mora’s own family, and the others were strangers.

January 27, 2022

Mayor Wants NYPD Officers to Live in City

“I want you here in this city,” Adams said. “I want you to go to the cleaners. I want you to go to the churches to the supermarket, your children should be in our schools. We shouldn’t have 30 something percent of officers residing [out of New York City].”

January 26, 2022

Second NYPD Officer Dies from Shooting

Second NYPD Officer Dies from Shooting

NYPD officer Wilbert Mora, who was shot and his partner killed while responding to a domestic call in Harlem, has died from his injuries, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said Tuesday.

January 25, 2022

NYPD Officer Seriously Wounded Serving Narcotics Warrant

“Even with a serious leg wound, bleeding badly enough that fellow officers had to apply immediate pressure to slow the blood loss, he held a ballistic shield in front of his team to protect them from gunfire,” Commissioner Keechant Sewell said.

January 20, 2022

NYC Mayor Demotes Brother from Deputy Chief Position
NYC Buys 184 Electric Mustangs for Police and Other Agencies

NYC Buys 184 Electric Mustangs for Police and Other Agencies

“This order of all-electric Mach-Es will enable our law enforcement agencies to put electric models to the full test and work out maintenance, lights and sirens, charging, and other operational issues. It is a critical step towards our goal of a fully electric fleet,” said DCAS Deputy Commissioner and NYC Chief Fleet Officer Keith Kerman.

January 5, 2022

6,000 NYPD Officers Out with COVID or Flu-Like Symptoms
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