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Feature on firehouse that lost most of their team during 9/11

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Midtown Manhattan - 29 August 2006 1. Medium shot firefighters in putting on fire gear 2. Medium shot firefighter putting on gear 3. Wide pan fire engine coming out of station garage 4. Wide pan fire engine pulling away 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain James McGlynn, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "On 9/11 I was working with Engine 39. At 8:52 we were assigned to respond to the Trade Center." 3. Close up fax ordering Engine 34 to respond to "1 Worldtrade Center" on 9/11/01 at 0900 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain James McGlynn, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "We were assigned to walk up stairway B. We made it to the 31st floor when the building began to shake. We found out much later that that shaking was the south tower coming down." Downtown Manhattan - 11 September 2001 5. Wide World Trade Center south tower collapsing Midtown Manhattan - 29 August 2006 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain James McGlynn, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "That caused us to exit the building. We made it down to the lobby. At which point the north tower came down and trapped us in the B stairway for about five hours." Downtown Manhattan - 12 September 2001 7. Aerial shot of ground zero 8. More of the same Downtown Manhattan - 11 September 2001 9. Rescue workers at ground zero 10. More of the same Midtown Manhattan - 29 August 2006 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain James McGlynn, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "You just draw on your training, and I guess the faith that you know that the Fire Department is out there and they're coming to get you. That, you knew that once contact was made and they were aware of our location that nothing was going to stop them from coming to get us." Downtown Manhattan - 11 September 2001 11. Wide shot fire truck headed through dust down street 12. Wide shot cloud of smoke and dust over buildings in Manhattan Midtown Manhattan - 29 August 2006 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Captain James McGlynn, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "It makes you feel I guess kind of privileged that you were able to survive, and I guess it just makes you I guess want to live a better life." 14. Pan McGlynn walking by line of photos of fire fighters who died Sept. 11, 2001 15. Close up of photograph fallen firefighter William Krukowski 16. Close up photograph of fallen firefighter Lt. Michael Fodor 17. Close up photograph of fallen firefighter Keith Glascoe 18. Close up badges from fire departments whose officers worked at Ground Zero 19. Medium shot fire helmets on shelf, of men who died on 9/11 20. Wide fire truck backing into station garage 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Firefighter James McNally, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "September 11, 2001, I was relieved from duty about 8:15 in the morning. I was in a hurry to get home. I usually catch a train, an 8:35 train. My wife was pregnant at the time with my son James." 22. Close up sign reading, "Hell's Kitchen FDNY, Engine 34, Ladder 21" 23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Firefighter James McNally, Engine 34, Ladder 21: "All of us were called back in to duty and naturally we all wanted to help out. So I got in my car and drove back to the City, and by the time I got here there was bunker gear missing. People were just grabbing, firemen that were off duty were grabbing bunker gear and heading down there. They brought us down in city buses. And we started to do our searches. We were getting reports of people that were trapped in voids and making phone calls from their cell phones." Downtown Manhattan - 14 September 2001 24. Medium fire fighters walking down street Downtown Manhattan - 12 September 2001 25. Wide shot tractors removing tower rubble Midtown Manhattan - 29 August 2006 26. Medium shot photos of firefighters who died 27. Medium shot firefighter helmets on shelf, of men who died on 9/11 STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/40f4ec99770532ff4d65443e49f5d4e0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Text Comments (28)
nigelrequiem (4 days ago)
I stand with America.....regards from the UK👍🇬🇧🇺🇸🇬🇧🇺🇸
RICHARD Stevens (6 days ago)
May all of those we lost that day and those we continually lose rest peacefully.
Flash Gordon (10 days ago)
May all that were guilty, burn in hell!
Eddie W (10 days ago)
Flash Gordon hehe love you hehe oh god
Danielle Milia (13 days ago)
I hate to say this, but 9/11 was just an excuse for the government to start a war in Iraq. A few thousand lives to them is nothing. If the towers didn't collapse, I bet most if not all these firefighters that lost their lives would still be alive. Bush knew all along about 9/11 and the CIA knew as well, but they didn't care to stop it, so at the end of the day, we still don't know who really was behind these attacks. Unfortunately we will probably never know the entire truth since the government always makes sure to cover their tracks.
Joe Kaput (4 days ago)
In a somewhat related note, when the us cut Japan's oil supply off, the Japanese we're quickly running out of options, and chose to bomb Pearl Harbor to push the us out of the Pacific islands and take over the trade routes to get oil so their country could survive. One could also view this as an excuse for the US to jump into WW2, and we know how that turned out.
RICHARD Stevens (6 days ago)
Danielle Milia Use another area to further your conspiracy theories. This video comment area isn’t the right place. Have some respect.
TheDieHardWWEAddict (8 days ago)
Beck Good (9 days ago)
Danielle Milia this is all speculated. No proof!
Horrible in every way. I can't imagine how it must have been for Company # 1 to lose most of their crew.
Harry Murray (1 month ago)
The fire station should have a museum dedicated to the lost men of 9/11.
RICHARD Stevens (6 days ago)
Harry Murray Every firehouse has a special place of honor for those we lost that day.
Eddie W (10 days ago)
Harry Murray not say that hehe love you
Trent Allred (2 months ago)
I dont know to like or dislike it i dont mean no disrespect either way its just confusing
bmwnasher (2 months ago)
Im from England i visited the firehouse on East 51 St many of those died, god bless all those brave men on that terrible day.
Eddie W (10 days ago)
bmwnasher hehe love you oh god hehe
Eddie W (10 days ago)
bmwnasher I cant believe it’s not a tribute
James עליוני (3 months ago)
Standing next to the Marines I still say FDNY are also top tier toughest. Those guys are in shape
MsFiregal8 (8 months ago)
Thank you. RIP brothers
Elaina Page (1 year ago)
a squad is part of a firehouse, yes squad 3 lost the most but imagine different squads in one house. So, this house could have lost the most which most likely includes squad 3.
Xor rd (1 year ago)
Crazy how many Nokia cellphones survived.
Dave Robinson (1 year ago)
That was a very sad day that so many lost there life.
Alex Vostox (1 year ago)
02:46 - Keith A. Glascoe (1962-2001) Also starring as Benny in Léon: The Professional (1994) Died on call of duty rescuing people trapped on South Tower of World Trade Centre. A heroes along side those who'd sacrifices their lives for saving others.
dvchel (22 days ago)
Yup, they lost 12 members. Half of its staff. South Tower of course because of poor communication and that nobody knew it was about to collapse on the inside.
MsFiregal8 (8 months ago)
Alex Vostox may you and yours know that we are always remembering.
Lukas Åhs (1 year ago)
+Alex Vostox https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_workers_killed_in_the_September_11_attacks
Alex Vostox (1 year ago)
Really? I thought Squad 1 is the least affected one. Does AP made a huge mistake here?
Lukas Åhs (1 year ago)
Don't believe this.. Ladder 21 didn't lose most of its members. Squad 1 did. They last 12 members. Half of its crew.

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