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Troy on Running out of Gas

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

“June 13, 2003 was a strange night for me. Back then, me and some buddies used to sell PCP in Landover and crack cocaine in Northeast D.C. That night, we were going to pick up some drugs and then go back to my house. There was a hurricane so nothing was open and the streets were pitch black. Along Minnesota Avenue, our car ran out of gas around 3 in the morning because we couldn’t find an open gas station.

He was going to kill me, so I killed him first.

“At that time, there were no houses there, just a field. We got out of the car and I called my god brother to come pick us up. Three guys started to come across the field and yell, ‘What are y’all doing in our neighborhood! What are y’all doing in our neighborhood.” Anyone who was in the lifestyle carried guns, and I had a 45 automatic. When the guys approached, I told them that our car broke down and we didn’t want any trouble. I didn’t show the gun because guns are for protection. They started getting all aggressive, so we got aggressive, and I pulled out the gun.

“As soon as they seen it, they went running. I got back on the cell phone, and told my god brother to hurry up. About ten minutes later, two cars, a black, box caprice and a white, bubble caprice, turned the corner and started coming at us. We started running up Minnesota Avenue. Over there, you can’t run right or left because you will end up in someone else’s neighborhood and just get in more trouble.

“There are no cops around there, so my plan was to go to the Quickie Mart on Minnesota Avenue and Benning Road where the police be all night long. As we were running, my friend and I got split up and the white car chased me down to Clay Place. By the time they pulled over, I already had my gun out because I knew what time it was. They jumped out of the car brandishing their weapons. But before they shot me, I shot one of them.

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John on Fighting Fires

Monday, September 12th, 2011

People’s District is sad to report the passing of Deputy Fire Chief John P. Breen on September 10, 2011. In honor of his life and legacy, you can find his story below.

“I was born in Washington on December 25, 1922. My parents were both immigrants from Ireland. They came in the early part of the century and met and got married here. We lived at North Capitol and K in an area that was called Swampoodle because it used to border a swampy creek. My father worked for the Navy Yard as a clerk. My mother, in between having children, worked for the land office here.

“I had a number of jobs in this city before I joined the fire department. I worked for the city highway department and then went to the Navy Yard to work in the supply department when the war started. I stayed there until I joined the Army in 1943. I did three years in the air corps and was trained as a radio operator and aerial gunner. I was a tail gunner in a B-24 bomber in the Pacific with the 7th Air Force. I completed 40 bombing runs, and I managed to come back alive though I lost my hearing from sitting too close to the propeller on the B-24.

Fighting fires runs in the family. It is in our blood.

“When I got back to Washington, I immediately applied for an appointment to the fire department. I’m the little boy who wanted to be a fireman, and grew up to be a fireman. Being Irish, it was in my blood. I was in the fire department about three months when the K St Market on 5th burned down. The second floor had 55 bowling alleys and it caught fire one night. That was the biggest fire I had ever seen up until the riots. We stayed there all night until we were relieved by the day shift. It was quite spectacular.

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Moving Portraits

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

On behalf of the D.C. Mayor’s Office of Volunteerism, People’s District, in collaboration with iStrategyLabs and Redfitz productions, built an interactive video storytelling booth to capture how D.C. has grown in the ten years since 9/11/01.

Moving Portraits asked people to share a word, phrase, or image that responds to “On 9/11/11 …”

The video shares intimate moments about our own personal growth, but also explores how we, as friends, family, and strangers, remain connected ten years after the events that changed our nation and the world.

 

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