First responders visit New York’s Sept. 11 Memorial Museum

NEW YORK – Walking out of the new National September 11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan, John Feal, an advocate for first responders with health problems, said reliving that day was like a punch in the gut. But he might have also found a bit of closure.

Feal, who along with other first responders and victims’ family members was allowed an advance look at the museum before its formal opening on May 21, found himself sizing up bits of broken and twisted steel for something resembling the piece that had crushed his left foot—changing the direction of his life.

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