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9-11 living history collection--interviews with Irvington police, fire and ambulance corp
Release Date: April 01, 2019

 

Last year I announced that the town would be organizing a 9-11 living history initiative—9/11 Greenburgh stories. . We want to share with residents the stories of local residents who were impacted by 9-11. Our 9-11 committee will be meeting at Greenburgh Town Hall tonight at 7 PM to discuss this exciting initiative and to discuss the future interviews.

 

The Irvington Historical Society provided me with three tapes recorded on 1/23/2006 by Pat Bonomi. These tapes will now be part of the Greenburgh 9-11 living history collection. We converted the tape into 3 you tube segments. The tapes that you can now view on you tube include interviews with police, fire and ambulance members—first responders during 9-11.

 

https://youtu.be/FZSH5Q-wNL8

https://youtu.be/gpxl_XA4fqw

https://youtu.be/lTM8jMUmgiE

 

The committee that we formed recently released this interview with Mark Baron, 9/11 survivor.

https://youtu.be/n4TyGuNnY_w

            9/11 Greenburgh Stories - YouTube

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Episode 1 - Barry Leibowitz Interviews Mark Baron, 9/11 Survivor Presented by the 9/11 Living History Committee in the Town of Greenburgh 2019.

 

If you are a 9-11 survivor, have family members who were victims of 9-11, was a first responder and want to tell your story please e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. If you want to volunteer and be part of our committee – you’re welcome to join us. Our committee meeting tonight is open to those interested in helping with this initiative.

PAUL FEINER

  

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