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NYPD needs to ‘break the silence’ around cop suicides: priest

Father Joseph Fonti, while officiating at the funeral of NYPD Deputy Inspector Denis Mullaney, urged the attending police officers to “break the silence” around suicide, reports Dana Kennedy for the NY Post. Deputy Inspector Mullaney, 44, the commander of the 107th Precinct, shot himself last week. Fonti told the mourners, “If you suffer from cancer […]

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Sayville hero James Bast honored in street renaming ceremony

Retired NYPD Sergeant James P. Bast, who died of World Trade Center-related cancer last year, has been honored with an Islip street renaming.

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COVID-19 survivor also survived 9/11 and cancer.

Chris Ward, 49, survived the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and has now survived World Trade Center-related non-Hodgkin’s follicular lymphoma. He just came home after months in hospital battling COVID-19.

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