I agree that these 911 responders are no more special than anyone else that sustains a trajedy. Evidently they were all well compensated as they have plenty of money to relocate and make a nice life for themselves without worrying about having to work hard the rest of their lives. Many of them are very young and enjoying a long, long retirement while most of us have to work for years before we retire. It just isn't right to try to capitalize on their coincidental involvement in 911. They just happened to be at work that day. What accident caused the fire? Was it smoking?
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