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The Memory of a Fire Fighter

Essay By: Ashley Lee Quinn
Historical fiction


It's written of the memory of a New York firefighter who died saving people in the fire in World Trade Centers.


Submitted:Sep 18, 2011    Reads: 56    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


I didn't have a idea of a topic that focuses onmain idea which is the tragic attack on my first birthday, September 11, 2001. The day thelightbulb brightened up was when my teacher read usthe TIME magazine (the9/11 edition)that I prefer to read than those cheesy TIME for kids magazines they let us students read at my school, theytalked about a New York Cityfirefighter who was also a September 11th babydied on his thirdiethbirthday.

I wish thatperson was someone I knew, who would survive that unexpected attack. I could tell my childhood friend that the real Spiderman is not Peter Parker it's a fireman that saved many peoples lives on September 11, 2001. His tool is a firehose not a spiderweb. He was inspired by a other firemanor firewoman to be one hero himself not being bit by a radioactive spider. I guess he wasn't a total wimp, his brothers joined the New York City Fire Department.





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