EMS workers at the different attack locations will never forget what it was like on 9/11.
Paramedic John Episcopo shares his experiences as one of the first responders on the scene at the World Trade Center.
Dr. Bob Horton, whose hospital was the closest to “Ground Zero”, recalls his experiences during the terrorist attacks.
During the 9/11 attacks, an unnamed EMT was seen rushing toward the burning buildings in order to help.
An essential employee in the Bellevue Hospital pediatric department recalls his experience during and after 9/11.
Greg Santa Maria helped the 9/11 emergency team by setting up two different receiving areas at the hospital.
Sgt. Matthew Rosenberg discusses his experience as an Army medic assigned to the Pentagon on 9/11.
Muslim American Mohammad Salman Hamdani rushed to the site in order to help others—at the cost of his own life.
This collection of photos showcases the many struggles that the New York City first responders had to face.