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CT State Trooper Walter Greene dies of 9/11-related cancer

Connecticut State Police Trooper First Class Walter Greene, 51, has died of World Trade Center-related cancer, reports Ruth Bruno in the Hartford Courant. Trooper Greene was part of the K-9 unit and spent several days searching for survivors after the terrorist attacks. Trooper Greene’s career with the Connecticut State Police began in 1990. He was also […]

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New museum dedicated to history of EMS opens at Fort Totten

The EMS Museum at Fort Totten has been rededicated and renovated, the better to tell the history of emergency medical care in New York City. The museum began in 1992, the brainchild of FDNY Division Chief of EMS James P. Martin and Captain Jack Quigley of the EMS Bureau of Training Academy. In 2013, the museum closed for […]

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NY firemen donate glass, steel from Twin Towers to Kinsale exhibition

Thirty-five members of the FDNY have donated a bolt and a shard of glass from the World Trade Center to the Medal of Honour Exhibition in Kinsale, County Cork. Firefighters from Ladder 43 visited the Kinsale Garden of Remembrance and were moved by the tribute and arranged the visit, reports Olivia Kelleher in the Irish Examiner.

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    1. Warning – Scammers are pretending to be calling from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund

      April 10 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
    2. Columbia Association Scholarship Dinner Dance

      June 20 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    3. Robert Peraza Memorial Golf Outing – the 17th Annual Gringo Open

      June 22
    4. FF James Lanza Memorial Picnic

      June 22 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    5. Lt. Joe Gullickson Memorial Picnic

      June 23