NYC Honorary Street Names

"O" Honorary Streets: Queens

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Officer Disdale Enton Way (Queens)
Present name:Westbound side of Baisley Boulevard
Location:Between 166th Street and 168th Street
Honoree: Officer Disdale Enton, a four-year veteran of the NYPD, was assigned to the 113th Precinct. He collapsed and died on August 28, 2002, after suffering a brain aneurysm while chasing a suspect in Jamaica, Queens.
LL:2011/03
Officer Gabriel Vitale and Officer Anthony J. Abruzzo, Jr. Place, (Queens)
Present name:Union Street
Location:37th Avenue and 38th Avenue
Honoree: This designation honors two police officers, both assigned to the 109th Precinct, who died in the line of duty, Officer Vitale was killed on December 24, 1980 and Officer Abruzzo less than a year later, on December 16, 1981.
LL:2001/30
Officer John Scarangella Way (Queens)
Present name:Eastbound side of Baisley Boulevard
Location:Between 166th Street and 168th Street
Honoree: Officer John Scarangella was shot on May 1, 1981 when he and his partner stopped a van sought in connection with several burglaries. He died two weeks later. The suspects were later caught, convicted of murder, and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.
LL:2011/03
Officer Thomas M. Langone and Officer Paul Talty Way (Queens)
Present name:37th Avenue
Location:Between Union Street and Bowne Street
Honoree: Police Officers Thomas M. Langone (b. 1962) and Paul Talty (b. 1960) were both killed at the World Trade Center during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. Officer Langone’s brother Peter, a firefighter, was also killed in that disaster
LL:2003/06


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