ON September 12th 2001, John Feal, a demolition worker, went to the fiery pit that was Ground Zero to help recover those lost and to help clean up the rubble of the World Trade Centre. Five days later an 8,000lb (3,630kg) piece of steel fell on his foot, crushing it. After nearly dying from infections and losing part of his foot, Mr Feal found out that he was not eligible for financial help for his medical care. More.
The 9/11 compensation fund is running out of money