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NYPD cops at Ground Zero still dealing with 9/11 emotional scars

It seems like yesterday: The smell of death, the gray ash that looked like snow, the falling bodies that sounded

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9/11 still claiming victims among Ground Zero responders

Six years after the twin towers fell, spewing ash and toxic debris across lower Manhattan and killing thousands, FDNY firefighter

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Long Island’s 9/11 first responders endure pain, illnesses

Jamie Atkinson was just 20 years old when he found himself in the middle of search-and-rescue efforts after the Sept.

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75% of FDNY who worked at Ground Zero acquired long-term illnesses: report

Nearly three-quarters of New York City’s Fire Department workers who worked amongst the smoldering, toxic rubble at Ground Zero in

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The Mystery of 9/11 and Dementia

More than a decade after the twin towers fell, Ron Kirchner began forgetting things. Buckling his belt. Closing his car

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July deadline approaching for 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund claim registration

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Time is running out for individuals and families of loved ones who have been previously diagnosed

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9/11 jeopardized first responders’ health. Nearly 20 years later, COVID brought new risks.

John Feal led scores of trips to Congress with 9/11 responders and comedian Jon Stewart to fight for health treatment

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NYC politicians urge 9/11 survivors to get COVID vaccine — but advocates decry late access

New Yorkers suffering from 9/11-related illnesses can sign up for coronavirus vaccinations now that the state has expanded eligibility parameters

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