* "Mike had the nozzle at that fire. We had a difficult fire, and he sustained a burn injury but continued on to put out another two rooms in the apartment until we were finally relieved. That's dedication. That's heart. Here's a Firefighter with a tough job already, and then he sustains an injury, but he continued working hard until that fire was out," says Lt Ray McCormack, , who operated at the scene of a 3-alarm fire in 2005, in which Lt. Michael Davidson continued to fight the fire even after sustaining burn injuries to both hands. The members of Engine 69 were awarded a citation for their heroic actions. Firefighter Pete Driscoll says, "What he was able to do that night was amazing. He made the rest of us look great, we all got his credit that night because he did such a good job. He didn't stop. Where some people might back up and start again, Mike didn't stop. There was no stopping him. Room after room of fire, where some may stop and back up and try again, he just kept going." Lt. Michael Davidson made the Supreme Sacrifice on March 23, 2018, after suffering critical injuries sustained while fighting a 5-alarm fire in Harlem. He was a 15-year veteran of the Department and, on four different occasions, he was cited for bravery and life-saving actions. Lt. Davidson is survived by his wife, Eileen, and their four children; Brooke, age 7; Joseph, age 6; Emily, age 3; and Amy, age 1. He is the son of retired Firefighter Robert Davidson, who served the Department for 26 years (primarily in the same firehouse as his son); and the brother of Firefighter Eric Davidson, an 11-year veteran, of Engine Company 88 in the Bronx. . . . . . The @fdnyfoundation joins the FDNY in mourning the line of duty death of Lt. Michael R. Davidson. Donations to benefit the children of Lt. Davidson can be made by visiting www.fdnyfoundation.org/donate/ and selecting “Firefighter Michael Davidson’s Children’s Educational Fund” from the drop-down menu.