By Michael Lee, Ashley Papa
While New York City’s fire and police departments lost nearly 400 members during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the city’s World Trade Center, many first responders have died of illnesses related to the attacks in the 21 years since, continuing the tragedy of the attacks for the family members they left behind.
“He loved, loved being a firefighter. Everything about it he loved,” Denise Verzi told Fox News Digital of her husband Michael Verzi, a retired FDNY firefighter who died of cancer related to his work at Ground Zero in May.
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