Report from Ground Zero: The Heroic Story of the Rescuers at the World Trade Center

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Doubleday, 2002 - Building failures - 366 pages
September 11th changed the face of America, but it also revealed the true face of heroism. The men of the New York Fire Department fought with courage and endurance to save others. This is their story, told by a veteran firefighter.

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It's overwhelming to think of the amount of people who died on 9/11, so much so that its difficult to think how many in terms of just numbers. This book puts human faces to those numbers, both those ... Read full review

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Dennis Smith asks the question everyone can answer even nine years later, "where were you on September 11, 2001?" In Report From Ground Zero Smith asks key rescue personnel to recount the moments ... Read full review


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Dennis Smith spent 18 years with the New York City Fire Department. Smith lives in New York City.

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