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This the location of the famous Engine 7, Ladder 1, Battalion 1 of the New York City Fire Department. They were made famous on September 11th, 2001. They were part of a documentary about Antonios (Tony) Benetatos who was a probationary firefighter. The film’s direction took a tragic turn when the 9/11 attacks began that same morning. They intended to make a film about the “probie’s” first experiences as a firefighter. On the morning of September 11, the firehouse, under the direction of Battalion Chief Joseph W. Pfeifer, was called out on a reported “odor of gas” at Church and Lispenard streets. Jules Naudet rode with Pfeifer to investigate, while Gédéon stayed behind at the firehouse to film the “probie.” On scene the first plane crashed into Tower 1. The rest of the film is history.