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It’s only been ten years. What’s the rush?

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This week, despite this “anecdotal” evidence to the contrary, a review by NIOSH determined there exists too little scientific evidence linking cancer to time spent amid the dust and wreckage at Ground Zero. Cited in the failure to link was “a lack of research.”

It’s Time.

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First responders and Ground Zero workers are pleased Khalid Shaikh Mohammed is headed to New York to face justice – but they hope to win a different kind of justice of their own.

Bye, Glenn.

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Glenn left us yesterday.  It’s a tough thing when a brother passes.  It’s even worse when it happens way too soon.  Those of us who know Lt. Glenn Strebel of the Barrington Fire Department see him as a rock.  It’s hard to think that a guy so strong both physically and mentally could be brought […]

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John Mitchell

Firefighter/Paramedic and a Lieutenant in suburban Chicago

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