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5 Lives (Part IV) #709937

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 10, 2002
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(New York: Aaron Brown) A look at five separate lives that collided on the morning of September 11 continued; scenes shown from the World Trade Center site. [Crane operator Billy RAPETTI†- says getting hurt forced him to stop working at Ground Zero.] [Victim Doug Irgang's brother Steven IRGANG†- remembers his brother.] [Deceased firefighter Keithroy Maynard's wife Sharon COLE†, friends 220 Engine firefighters Dennis BRANTLEY†, Vinnie DeMARINES†- talk about Keithroy & his family.] [WTC survivor Manu DHINGRA†- explains what he has to help his burns heal.] [Battery Park residents Keith & Nancy LOVING†- talk about moving back & post-traumatic stress.]

Brown, Aaron

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