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The late bestselling author Sidney Sheldon wrote a poem to accompany the serigraph When Freedom Rings by Jane Wooster Scott and was auctioned on eBay -- the proceeds went to the firefighters of New York.
The giant postage stamps I am presenting today, illustrate the search of a collapsed building of which the firefighters of New York have tragic experience.
Keenan is part of a seven-member inter-religious team of chaplains who make themselves available for whatever religious needs the 11,000 firefighters of New York have, visit the 263 firehouses in the city's five boroughs, perform weddings and baptisms, join firefighters at the scene when dangerous work is going on and, when the occasion comes, find ways to tell a family that a firefighter has been lost.
Strathclyde Fire Brigade is proud of its close links to the firefighters of New York, where 403 emergency workers are missing, presumed dead.
The police officers and firefighters of New York proved they were prepared to save the lives of strangers without a second thought for their own.
Now the firefighters of New York are tackling the grimmest task of all - hunting through rubble for what's left of thousands of victims.
org) to honor the firefighters of New York City through "Freedom Day 2008" (http://www.
I can never thank the firefighters of New York enough," the firefighter-filmmaker says.