Tom Winter and Jonathan Dienst22h ago / 7:47 PM UTCNew Yorkers are flooding the city’s 911 system with a record number of calls for help, officials said Friday.The FDNY received more 911 calls Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday than in any other three-day period in system history, officials said.FDNY spokesman Frank Dwyer begged New Yorkers to think twice before dialing:  “We need the public’s help – please do not call unless a true emergency.”Caroline Radnofsky and Suzanne Ciechalski21h ago / 7:56 PM UTCNurse brought to tears as Seattle claps for health care workersA Seattle nurse was brought to tears Thursday night by the sound of her community clapping and cheering for the city’s health care workers. Ashlyn Juul, a nurse at Swedish Hospital in Washington state, works night shifts most of the time, but happened to work a day shift the first night the city of Seattle did this, her girlfriend, Mara Curley, told NBC News. “She is not normally an emotional person, but this has been a hard few weeks as her unit does have COVID positive patients with critically low protective equipment,” Curley said. “These were undoubtedly happy tears to be recognized and appreciated.”Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture asked the city’s


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