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JEMS Editor-in-Chief Visits World Trade Center Memorial

He shares his photos in this compelling gallery

 

 
 
 

JEMS Staff | | Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman shares compelling images of the memorial.
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In remembrance of friends and colleagues killed on Sept. 11, 2001, JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman visited the World Trade Center Memorial.

The memorial features reflecting pools in the exact location of each tower’s former foundation (“footprint”) surrounded by a black marble wall that displays the name of each building occupant and the emergency responders killed on 9/11 when the Towers collapsed.

Heightman found the location of many of the responders killed on that awful day and wanted to share those images with our readers.

They are featured here in this compelling gallery.



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FDNY's Pete Ganci Jr., a key admin and operations chief.


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Inside the Holland Tunnel, near the WTC.


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How BC O'Flaherty's helmet transfer saved BC Henry's life on 9/11.


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Guests at the W Hotel can see the Freedom Tower rise into the sky.


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A commemorative 9/11 Never Forget motorcycle in the WTC museum.


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A construction canopy is currently over the front of the FDNY station, Engine 10, Ladder 10.


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The view of the new Freedom Tower from the front of the FDNY station, Engine 10, Ladder 10.


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A bronze memorial wall outside the FDNY station, Engine 10, Ladder 10.


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Another view of the bronze memorial wall.


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Another view of the bronze memorial wall.


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The location of the new Freedom Tower near the site of the collapsed WTC towers.


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A descriptive map at the WTC Memorial.


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An AED at the WTC Memorial.


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The entrance walkway park at the WTC Memorial fountains.


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Crowds surround the memorial fountains on the footprint of each tower.


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In memory of Father Mychal Judge, FDNY's chaplain killed on 9/11.


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The endless fountain pool at a WTC tower foundation footprint.


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The reflection of the new Freedom Tower is seen on the wall at the endless fountain at a WTC tower foundation footprint.


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JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman visits the WTC Memorial.


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A.J. Heightman points out the memorial's dedication to FDNY Paramedic Carlos Lillo.


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In remembrance of FDNY EMS Battalion 49's Carlos Lillo, killed on 9/11.


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In remembrance of EMS provider David Marc Sullins, killed on 9/11.


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FDNY's Ray Downey, Sr., was one of the most respected fire USAR experts in the world.


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In remembrance of FDNY's Bill Feehan.


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In remembrance of FDNY's Kevin Pfeifer, who's brother was a command officer on 9/11.


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In remembrance of Vanessa Langer and her unborn child.


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A section for FBI agents killed on 9/11.


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The superstructure base of the new WTC, Building 7.


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The massive foundation of the new WTC, Building 7.


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The Freedom Tower, nearly complete.



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