Transcript for A Firefighter Continues His Mission to Visit 9/11 Victims' Families
Finally tonight on this important anniversary the heroes among us. A firefighter with a very special mission these past fifteen years. Repair the marquis who's who. On 9/11. New York City firefighter Joseph and Joseph Louis blues eagle lost so much. When the towers collapsed his brother his cousin and still money in his firehouse died. We lost eleven it's almost here for. Joseph Joseph one of those tax to deliver the grim news to the families affected. It wasn't easy there's there was times yeah you know felt like breaking down but I knew how to be strong for my Fam. And it's and still. But joy to lead a promise to those families would see him again this is me with the recent collapse of she she was I was moved before through. He became a different type of hero. He has always been neck class it's fifteen years later he's still that process is unbelievable what he did for us you know taking care of his own family. And taking care bullied out of Kansas city times or some special. Don't know if they act whenever I need. Joseph Zhou says the surviving members of rescue five in Staten Island all came together and are still no easy days. Fifteen years just the number something. Fifteen years she's like we just said this missed saudis and nine merchants and stuff like that can't get that back. As a firefighter you're trying to put out fires in to rescue people did you ever receive any type of training for the role you do now there's no trends for life. Just got to deal with and the best way you can NC as it comes of course and hopefully. No you're able to do would have the right way and and our thanks to Joseph Joseph and the other first responders who plays similar roles. She may first thing in the morning David Muir right back here tomorrow night I'm Tommy Ellis in New York have a great evening we leave you with this image.
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