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Tapes make 9/11 ‘very real again’ for families of firefighters

The brown box arrived Friday at Kathleen Lynch’s house in Amherst, N.Y., but it’s still sitting on the kitchen table: 23 CDs with more than 15 hours of radio transmissions and transcripts of hundreds of personal accounts of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks, which killed her brother, firefighter Michael Lynch. ” I don’t know when or if I will listen to them. I just can’t say,” Lynch said Sunday. Even hearing excerpts on news reports left her “very disturbed. Very sad. It really brings it back. It makes it very real again.”Full Story

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