“Steven had great things coming. We knew that he was going to be a leader in the…

“Steven had great things coming. We knew that he was going to be a leader in the house someday, and he will be sorely missed. It was in his DNA to become a Firefighter. He was a man of few words, but he set an example in the way he did his job,” said FDNY Captain Jimmy Quinn, Ladder 170, remembering Firefighter Steven H. Pollard. Firefighter Pollard will be laid to rest today, Friday, January 11. Firefighter Pollard died from critical injuries sustained while operating at a motor vehicle accident on the Mill Basin Bridge in Brooklyn on Sunday, January 6, 2019. He was appointed as a Firefighter in June of 2017 and assigned to Ladder Company 170 in Brooklyn. He is the 1,151st member of the Department to make the Supreme Sacrifice in the line-of-duty. Firefighter Pollard is survived by his mother, Janet; father, retired Firefighter Raymond Pollard who served for 32 years in the FDNY; and his brother, Firefighter Raymond Pollard, an 11-year veteran of Ladder Company 114 in Brooklyn. View the full funeral service at facebook.com/NYCMayor


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  1. Deepest condolences. RIP Firefighter Stephen Pollard.


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