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WTC 'Survivors' Have Tougher Rules on Aid

Posted 11/5/18

When World Trade Center health issues make headlines, the stories are usually about first-responders who played a documented role in the rescue and recovery activity at the site.

There are also dozens of offices for Federal, state, and municipal agencies located within lower Manhattan and portions of Brooklyn on streets that public-health officials have said were contaminated by the toxins released by the jets flying into the Twin Towers and building collapses—which also included 7 World Trade Center—that followed. 

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