Right after the Twin Towers were leveled on September 11, 2001, New York volunteer firefighter Dan Moynihan went to work in the rubble at Ground Zero. “It was 10:40 in the morning and black as night. It looked like it was 10:40 at night,” he said, remembering the dust that filled the air. He spent a month digging through what was called "The Pile," searching for survivors. More.
He responded to ground zero after 9/11. Health problems — and memories still haunt him