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An increased rate of thyroid cancers observed among firefighters who responded to the 9/11 World Trade Center attack may be associated with heightened surveillance rather than an increase in disease…
Retired New York Police Department Assistant Chief John “Jack” McManus devoted 40 years to his law enforcement career.
Retired NYPD Sgt. Sean Cameron, who was fighting the city to get disability pension for his 9/11-related cancer, lost his battle with the disease earlier this month, his family told the Daily News.
A veteran New York Police Department detective who survived cancer linked to 9/11 has died from complications of the coronavirus.
Steve Brickman of Jamesport, a retired FDNY firefighter who spent nearly two weeks at ground zero following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, died Sunday of illness attributed to 9/11, according to the FDNY.
Rob Serra’s first call as a New York City firefighter was the 2001 terror attack.
An NYPD detective who survived 9/11-related cancer has died due to coronavirus.
Retired NYPD assistant chief who ran NYPD operations division on Sept. 11 dies of Ground Zero-related cancer
Retired NYPD Assistant Chief John (Jack) McManus, who headed the police department’s Operations Division on 9/11, died of cancer Monday, becoming the latest victim of the 2001 terrorist attack, his family said Tuesday.
An FDNY EMT who worked rescue and recovery at ground zero following the 9/11 terror attacks has died of COVID-19, officials announced Monday.
For many who survived the Sept. 11 terror attacks and worked at ground zero, the anxiety and fear never go away.