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Scenes from our firehouse on September 21, 2001:

On September 11, 2001 both Engine 202 and Ladder 101 responded to the call at the WTC. The seven men from Ladder 101 never returned. They were Lt. Joe Gullickson, Patrick Bryne, Sal Calabro, Brian Cannizzaro, Thomas Kennedy, Joseph Maffeo and Terence McShane. In the weeks that followed many people visited the firehouse to offer their condolences.
Here are some pictures from one of those days.

People gather around the firehouse.

People gather inside the firehouse.


The memorial to Ladder 101 on the outside of the firehouse.

The memorial to Ladder 101 on the outside of the firehouse.


The flowers above the memorial to Ladder 101.


The second outside memorial to
Ladder 101.



The jackets of Ladder 101.
These new jackets arrived after September 11.



A message for the missing of
Ladder 101.



The indoor memorial to
Ladder 101.


A poster created by the children of Lt. Joe Gullickson.



Remember Ladder 101.

Remember Ladder 101.



A note from a retired firefighter.

Thankyou note from a child.



The Seven in Heaven of Ladder 101.

Terence McShane.



Terence McShane's family photos.

Terence McShane and wife.



Missing person poster for
Terence McShane.


Terence McShane's children.


Inside the firehouse.


Inside the firehouse.


The replacement truck for
Ladder 101 which was lost at the
WTC. Notice the masking tape used
to number the truck.

The replacement truck for
Engine 202 which was lost at the
WTC. Notice the number taped to the front of the truck.

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