Emergency workers killed in the September 11 attacks

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Of the 2,977 people killed in the September 11 attacks, 414 were emergency workers in New York City who responded to the World Trade Center. This included:

This article lists those emergency workers from the three main emergency services, the FDNY, PAPD, NYPD, and NYSCO who died whilst fulfilling their duties at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

New York City Fire Department

FDNY Truck at the collapsed World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

There were 75 firehouses in which at least one member was killed. The FDNY also lost its department chief, first deputy commissioner, one of its marshals, one of its chaplains, as well as other administrative or specialty personnel.

Operationally and geographically, the department is nominally organized into five borough commands for the five traditional boroughs of New York. Within those borough commands exist nine divisions, each headed by a deputy chief. Within each division operate four to seven battalions, led by a battalion chief and typically consisting of 180-200 firefighters and officers. Each battalion consists of four to eight companies, with a company being led by a captain. He commands three lieutenants and 16-42 firefighters. Last is the unit consisting of the members of the company on call during a given tour, consisting of a lieutenant or a captain plus a number of firefighters depending on the type of unit: three to four on an engine company, five on a ladder company (also known as a truck company), five for a rescue company, five for a squad company, four in a marine company, and six for the hazardous materials company.[7]

On September 11, the battalion chief of Battalion 1 witnessed American Airlines Flight 11 crash into the North Tower of the World Trade Center and immediately radioed a multiple alarm incident. Over the course of the next three hours, 121 engine companies, 62 ladder companies and 27 fire officers were deployed to the scene. All off-duty firefighters were recalled — the first time the FDNY had issued a total recall in over 30 years.[8] In addition to the regular fire apparatus and personnel assigned to the incident, the FDNY also deployed its only Haz-Mat unit, its mobile command center, its field communications unit, all its five rescue units, both of its high-rise units, six of its seven squad units, and one of its two tactical support units.[9]

Fatalities by fire company

The following list is a tally of the fatalities in each company which responded to the World Trade Center:

Company name Chiefs Captains Lieutenants Firefighters Total Site
Battalion 1 1 1 2 North Tower
Battalion 2 2 1 3 North Tower
Battalion 4 1 1 North Tower
Battalion 6 1 1 South Tower
Battalion 7 1 2 3 South Tower
Battalion 8 1 1 2 South Tower
Battalion 9 2 1 2 5 South Tower
Battalion 11 1 1 North Tower
Battalion 12 1 1 South Tower
Battalion 22 1 1 North Tower
Battalion 43 1 1 South Tower
Battalion 47 1 1 South Tower
Battalion 48 1 1 2 North Tower
Battalion 49 1 1 2 South Tower
Battalion 50 1 1 North Tower
Battalion 57 2 1 3 South Tower
Division 1 2 2 North Tower
Division 11 1 1 South Tower
Division 15 1 2 3 North Tower
Engine 1 1 1 2 North Tower
Engine 4 4 4 North Tower
Engine 5 1 1 North Tower
Engine 6 3 3 North Tower
Engine 8 1 1 South Tower
Engine 10 1 1 2 North Tower
Engine 21 1 1 North Tower
Engine 22 4 4 South Tower
Engine 23 4 4 South Tower
Engine 26 1 1 2 North Tower
Engine 29 1 1 South Tower
Engine 33 1 4 5 North Tower
Engine 37 1 1 North Tower
Engine 40 1 4 5 South Tower
Engine 50 1 1 South Tower
Engine 54 3 3 South Tower
Engine 55 1 3 4 North Tower
Engine 58 1 1 South Tower
Engine 74 1 1 South Tower
Engine 201 1 3 4 South Tower
Engine 205 1 1 South Tower
Engine 207 3 3 North Tower
Engine 214 3 3 South Tower
Engine 216 1 1 South Tower
Engine 217 1 3 4 South Tower
Engine 219 1 1 South Tower
Engine 226 3 3 South Tower
Engine 230 1 5 6 South Tower
Engine 235 1 4 5 South Tower
Engine 238 1 1 South Tower
Engine 279 2 2 South Tower
Engine 285 1 1 South Tower
Engine 320 1 1 North Tower
Haz-Mat 1 1 6 7 South Tower
Ladder 2 1 6 7 South Tower
Ladder 3 1 1 9 11 North Tower
Ladder 4 1 1 7 9 South Tower
Ladder 5 2 6 8 North Tower
Ladder 7 1 5 6 South Tower
Ladder 8 1 1 North Tower
Ladder 9 3 3 North Tower
Ladder 10 1 1 North Tower
Ladder 11 1 6 7 South Tower
Ladder 12 2 2 South Tower
Ladder 13 1 4 5 North Tower
Ladder 15 1 7 8 South Tower
Ladder 16 1 1 2 South Tower
Ladder 20 1 6 7 North Tower
Ladder 21 6 6 South Tower
Ladder 24 1 1 2 South Tower
Ladder 25 1 6 7 South Tower
Ladder 27 1 1 South Tower
Ladder 35 1 4 5 South Tower
Ladder 38 1 1 South Tower
Ladder 42 1 1 North Tower
Ladder 101 1 6 7 North Tower
Ladder 105 1 4 5 South Tower
Ladder 111 1 1 North Tower
Ladder 118 1 5 6 South Tower
Ladder 131 1 1 South Tower
Ladder 132 5 5 South Tower
Ladder 136 1 1 South Tower
Ladder 166 1 1 North Tower
Rescue 1 1 1 9 11 North Tower
Rescue 2 1 6 7 North Tower
Rescue 3 6 6 South Tower
Rescue 4 1 1 4 6 South Tower
Rescue 5 1 1 8 10 North Tower
Special Operations 1 1 2 4 North Tower
Squad 1 1 3 8 12 South Tower
Squad 18 1 6 7 North Tower
Squad 41 1 5 6 North Tower
Squad 252 5 5 North Tower
Squad 288 1 5 6 South Tower
Other 11 11
Total 17 23 44 257 343
A deputy chief coordinates recovery efforts three days after the collapse of the World Trade Center.
Map of FDNY's first-responding firehouses to the September 11 attacks. Circles show the location of the company responding; solid circles mean multiple companies. Rose-colored circles indicate companies with casualties.[10]

Rank, Name, Age

The following list provides further details to the preceding list by categorizing the FDNY company with the rank, name, and age (if available) of each casualty. Names without ranks typically denote the rank of firefighter.

Company Fatalities
FDNY Chief Peter J. Ganci, Jr., 54
FDNY Commissioner William M. Feehan, 72
FDNY Marshal Ronald Paul Bucca, 47
FDNY Chaplain Mychal Judge, 68
Battalion 1
  • Chief Matthew Lancelot Ryan, 54
  • Lt. Paul Thomas Mitchell, 46
Battalion 2
  • Chief William McGovern, 49
  • Chief Richard Prunty, 57
  • Faustino Apostol, Jr., 55
Battalion 4 Lt. Thomas O'Hagan, 43
Battalion 6 Chief John P. Williamson, 46
Battalion 7
  • Chief Orio Palmer, 45
  • Lt. Stephen G. Harrell, 44
  • Lt. Philip Scott Petti, 43
Battalion 8
  • Chief Thomas Patrick DeAngelis, 51
  • Thomas McCann, 45
Battalion 9
  • Chief Dennis Lawrence Devlin, 51
  • Chief Edward F. Geraghty, 45
  • Lt. Charles William Garbarini, 44
  • Carl Asaro, 39
  • Alan D. Feinberg, 48
Battalion 11 Chief John M. Paolillo, 51
Battalion 12 Chief Frederick Claude Scheffold, Jr., 57
Battalion 22 Lt. Charles Joseph Margiotta, 44
Battalion 43 Lt. Geoffrey E. Guja, 49
Battalion 47 Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39
Battalion 48
  • Chief Joseph Grzelak, 52
  • Michael Leopoldo Bocchino, 45
Battalion 49
  • Chief John Moran, 42
Battalion 50 Chief Lawrence T. Stack, 58
Battalion 57
  • Chief Dennis Cross, 60
  • Chief Joseph Ross Marchbanks, Jr, 47
Division 1
  • Capt. Joseph D. Farrelly, 47
  • Capt. Thomas Moody, 45
Division 11 Capt. Timothy M. Stackpole, 42
Division 15
  • Chief Thomas Theodore Haskell, Jr., 37
  • Capt. Martin J. Egan, Jr., 36
  • Capt. William O'Keefe, 48
Engine 1
  • Lt. Andrew Desperito, 43
  • Michael T. Weinberg, 34
Engine 4
  • Calixto Anaya, Jr, 35
  • James C. Riches, 29
  • Thomas G. Schoales, 27
  • Paul A. Tegtmeier, 41
Engine 5 Manuel Del Valle, Jr, 32
Engine 6
  • Paul Beyer, 37
  • Thomas Holohan, 36
  • William R. Johnston, 31
Engine 8 Robert Parro, 35
Engine 10
  • Lt. Gregg Arthur Atlas, 44
  • Jeffrey James Olsen, 31
Engine 21 Capt. William Francis Burke, Jr., 46
Engine 22
  • Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29
  • Michael J. Elferis, 27
  • Vincent D. Kane, 37
  • Martin E. McWilliams, 35
Engine 23
  • Robert McPadden, 30
  • James Nicholas Pappageorge, 29
  • Hector Luis Tirado, Jr., 30
  • Mark P. Whitford, 31
Engine 26
  • Capt. Thomas Farino, 37
  • Dana R Hannon, 29
Engine 29 Michael Ragusa, 29
Engine 33
  • Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, 42
  • David Arce, 36
  • Michael Boyle, 37
  • Robert Evans, 36
  • Keithroy Marcellus Maynard, 30
Engine 37 John Giordano, 47
Engine 40
  • Lt. John F. Ginley, 37
  • Kevin Bracken, 37
  • Michael D. D'Auria, 25
  • Bruce Gary, 51
  • Steven Mercado, 38
Engine 50 Robert W. Spear, Jr., 30
Engine 54
  • Paul John Gill, 34
  • Jose Guadalupe, 37
  • Christopher Santora, 23
Engine 55
  • Lt. Peter L. Freund, 45
  • Robert Lane, 28
  • Christopher Mozzillo, 27
  • Stephen P. Russell, 40
Engine 58 Lt. Robert B. Nagel, 55
Engine 74 Ruben D. Correa, 44
Engine 201
  • Lt. Paul Richard Martini, 37
  • Gregory Joseph Buck, 37
  • Christopher Pickford, 32
  • John Albert Schardt, 34
Engine 205 Lt. Robert Francis Wallace, 43
Engine 207
  • Karl Henry Joseph, 25
  • Shawn Edward Powell, 32
  • Kevin O. Reilly, 28
Engine 214
  • Lt. Carl John Bedigian, 35
  • John Joseph Florio, 33
  • Michael Edward Roberts, 31
  • Kenneth Thomas Watson, 39
Engine 216 Daniel Suhr, 37
Engine 217
  • Lt. Kenneth Phelan, 41
  • Steven Coakley, 36
  • Philip T. Hayes, 67
  • Neil Joseph Leavy, 34
Engine 219 John Chipura, 39
Engine 226
  • Brian McAleese, 36
  • David Paul De Rubbio, 38
  • Stanley S. Smagala, Jr., 36
Engine 230
  • Lt. Brian G. Ahearn, 43
  • Frank Bonomo, 42
  • Michael Scott Carlo, 34
  • Jeffrey Stark, 30
  • Eugene Whelan, 31
  • Edward James White III, 30
Engine 235
  • Lt. Steven Bates, 42
  • Nicholas Paul Chiofalo, 39
  • Francis Esposito, 32
  • Lee S. Fehling, 28
  • Lawrence G. Veling, 44
Engine 238 Lt. Glenn E. Wilkinson, 46
Engine 279
  • Ronnie Lee Henderson, 52
  • Anthony Rodriguez, 36
Engine 285 Raymond R. York, 45
Engine 320 Capt. James J. Corrigan, 60
Haz-Mat 1
  • Lt. John A. Crisci, 48
  • Dennis M. Carey, 51
  • Martin N. DeMeo, 47
  • Thomas Gardner, 39
  • Jonathan R. Hohmann, 48
  • Dennis Scauso, 46
  • Kevin Joseph Smith, 47
Ladder 2
  • Capt. Frederick Ill, Jr, 49
  • Michael J. Clarke, 27
  • George DiPasquale, 33
  • Denis P. Germain, 33
  • Daniel Edward Harlin, 41
  • Carl Molinaro, 32
  • Dennis Michael Mulligan, 32
Ladder 3
  • Capt. Patrick J. Brown, 48
  • Lt. Kevin W. Donnelly, 43
  • Michael Carroll, 39
  • James Raymond Coyle, 26
  • Gerard Dewan, 35
  • Jeffrey John Giordano, 45
  • Joseph Maloney, 45
  • John Kevin McAvoy, 47
  • Timothy Patrick McSweeney, 37
  • Joseph J. Ogren, 30
  • Steven John Olson, 38
Ladder 4
  • Capt. David Terence Wooley, 54
  • Lt. Daniel O'Callaghan, 42
  • Joseph Angelini, Jr, 38
  • Peter Brennan, 30
  • Michael E. Brennan, 27
  • Michael Haub, 34
  • Michael F. Lynch, 33
  • Samuel Oitice, 45
  • John James Tipping II, 33
Ladder 5
  • Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona, 40
  • Lt. Michael Warchola, 51
  • Louis Arena, 32
  • Andrew Brunn, 28
  • Thomas Hannafin, 36
  • Paul Hanlon Keating, 38
  • John A. Santore, 49
  • Gregory Thomas Saucedo, 31
Ladder 7
  • Capt. Vernon Allan Richard, 53
  • George Cain, 35
  • Robert Joseph Foti, 42
  • Richard Muldowney Jr, 40
  • Charles Mendez, 38
  • Vincent Princiotta, 39
Ladder 8 Lt. Vincent Gerard Halloran, 43
Ladder 9
  • Gerard Baptiste, 35
  • John P. Tierney, 27
  • Jeffrey P. Walz, 37
Ladder 10 Sean Patrick Tallon, 26
Ladder 11
  • Lt. Michael Quilty, 42
  • Michael F. Cammarata, 22
  • Edward James Day, 45
  • John F. Heffernan, 37
  • Richard John Kelly, Jr, 50
  • Robert King, Jr, 36
  • Matthew Rogan, 37
Ladder 12
  • Angel L. Juarbe, Jr, 35
  • Michael D. Mullan, 34
Ladder 13
  • Capt. Walter G. Hynes, 46
  • Thomas Hetzel, 33
  • Dennis McHugh, 34
  • Thomas E. Sabella, 44
  • Gregory Stajk, 46
Ladder 15
  • Lt. Joseph Gerard Leavey, 45
  • Richard Lanard Allen, 30
  • Arthur Thaddeus Barry, 35
  • Thomas W. Kelly, 50
  • Scott Kopytko, 32
  • Scott Larsen, 35
  • Douglas E. Oelschlager, 36
  • Eric T. Olsen, 41
Ladder 16
  • Lt. Raymond E. Murphy, 46
  • Robert Curatolo, 31
Ladder 20
  • Capt. John R. Fischer, 46
  • John Patrick Burnside, 36
  • James Michael Gray, 34
  • Sean S. Hanley, 35
  • David Laforge, 50
  • Robert Thomas Linnane, 33
  • Robert D. McMahon, 35
Ladder 21
  • Gerald T. Atwood, 38
  • Gerard Duffy, 53
  • Keith Glascoe, 38
  • Joseph Henry, 25
  • William E. Krukowski, 36
  • Benjamin Suarez, 34
Ladder 24
  • Capt. Daniel J. Brethel, 43
  • Stephen Elliot Belson, 51
Ladder 25
  • Lt. Glenn C. Perry, 41
  • Matthew Barnes, 37
  • John Michael Collins, 42
  • Kenneth Kumpel, 42
  • Robert Minara, 54
  • Joseph Rivelli, 43
  • Paul G. Ruback, 50
Ladder 27 John Marshall, 35
Ladder 35
  • Capt. Frank Callahan, 51
  • James Andrew Giberson, 43
  • Vincent S. Morello, 34
  • Michael Otten, 42
  • Michael Roberts, 30
Ladder 38 Joseph Spor, Jr., 35
Ladder 42 Peter Alexander Bielfeld, 44
Ladder 101
  • Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37
  • Patrick Byrne, 39
  • Salvatore B. Calabro, 38
  • Brian Cannizzaro, 30
  • Thomas J. Kennedy, 36
  • Joseph Maffeo, 31
  • Terence A. McShane, 37
Ladder 105
  • Capt. Vincent Brunton, 43
  • Thomas Richard Kelly, 39
  • Henry Alfred Miller, Jr, 51
  • Dennis O'Berg, 28
  • Frank Anthony Palombo, 46
Ladder 111 Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan, 39
Ladder 118
  • Lt. Robert M. Regan, 48
  • Joseph Agnello, 35
  • Vernon Paul Cherry, 49
  • Scott Matthew Davidson, 33
  • Leon Smith, Jr., 48
  • Peter Anthony Vega, 36
Ladder 131 Christian Michael Otto Regenhard, 28
Ladder 132
  • Andrew Jordan, 36
  • Michael Kiefer, 25
  • Thomas Mingione, 34
  • John T. Vigiano II, 36
  • Sergio Villanueva, 33
Ladder 136 Michael Joseph Cawley, 32
Ladder 166 William X. Wren, 61
Rescue 1
  • Capt. Terence S. Hatton, 41
  • Lt. Dennis Mojica, 50
  • Joseph Angelini, Sr., 63
  • Gary Geidel, 44
  • William Henry, 49
  • Kenneth Joseph Marino, 40
  • Michael Montesi, 39
  • Gerard Terence Nevins, 46
  • Patrick J. O'Keefe, 44
  • Brian Edward Sweeney, 29
  • David M. Weiss, 41
Rescue 2
  • Lt. Peter C. Martin, 43
  • William David Lake, 44
  • Daniel F. Libretti, 43
  • John Napolitano, 32
  • Kevin O'Rourke, 44
  • Lincoln Quappe, 38
  • Edward Rall, 44
Rescue 3
  • Christopher Joseph Blackwell, 42
  • Thomas Foley, 32
  • Thomas Gambino, Jr., 48
  • Raymond Meisenheimer, 46
  • Donald J. Regan, 47
  • Gerard Patrick Schrang, 45
Rescue 4
  • Capt. Brian Hickey, 47
  • Lt. Kevin Dowdell, 46
  • Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45
  • William J. Mahoney, 37
  • Peter Allen Nelson, 42
  • Durrell V. Pearsall, 34
Rescue 5
  • Capt. Louis Joseph Modafferi, 45
  • Lt. Harvey Harrell, 49
  • John P. Bergin, 39
  • Carl Vincent Bini, 44
  • Michael Curtis Fiore, 46
  • Andre G. Fletcher, 37
  • Douglas Charles Miller, 34
  • Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo, 33
  • Nicholas P. Rossomando, 35
  • Allan Tarasiewicz, 45
Special Operations
  • Chief Raymond Mathew Downey, 63
  • Capt. Patrick J. Waters, 44
  • Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43
  • Lt. Michael Thomas Russo, Sr, 44
Squad 1
  • Capt. James M. Amato, 43
  • Lt. Edward A. D'Atri, 38
  • Lt. Michael Esposito, 41
  • Lt. Michael N. Fodor, 53
  • Brian Bilcher, 37
  • Gary Box, 37
  • Thomas M. Butler, 37
  • Peter Carroll, 42
  • Robert Cordice, 28
  • David J. Fontana, 37
  • Matthew David Garvey, 37
  • Stephen Gerard Siller, 34
Squad 18
  • Lt. William E. McGinn, 43
  • Eric Allen, 44
  • Andrew Fredricks, 40
  • David Halderman, 40
  • Timothy Haskell, 34
  • Manuel Mojica, 37
  • Lawrence Virgilio, 38
Squad 41
  • Lt. Michael K. Healey, 42
  • Thomas Patrick Cullen III, 31
  • Robert Hamilton, 43
  • Michael J. Lyons, 32
  • Gregory Sikorsky, 34
  • R. Bruce Van Hine, 48
Squad 252
  • Tarel Coleman, 32
  • Thomas Kuveikis, 48
  • Peter J. Langone, 41
  • Patrick Lyons, 34
  • Kevin Prior, 28
Squad 288
  • Lt. Ronald T. Kerwin, 42
  • Ronnie E. Gies, 43
  • Joseph Hunter, 31
  • Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29
  • Adam David Rand, 30
  • Timothy Matthew Welty, 34
EMS Battalion 49
  • Paramedic Carlos R. Lillo, 37
EMS Battalion 57
  • Paramedic Ricardo J. Quinn, 40

New York Fire Patrol

The New York Fire Patrol was a salvage corps created by the New York Board of Fire Underwriters which operated from 1839 until October 15, 2006. Fire Patrol units #1, #2 and #3 responded to the World Trade Center on 9/11. One fire patrolman was killed in the collapse of the South Tower.

  • Keith M. Roma, Fire Patrol 2

Port Authority Police Department

Within minutes of Flight 11's impact, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department (PAPD) began deploying officers from the Port Authority Trans-Hudson, bridges, tunnels, and airport commands. The PAPD commanding officer on the scene ordered a full evacuation of the North Tower at 9 a.m., about three minutes before Flight 175 hit the South Tower. At the same time, the PAPD's two most senior officers, superintendent Ferdinand Morrone and Chief James Romito, both arrived separately at the World Trade Center.

Rescue workers at the World Trade Center on September 14, 2001.

Some officers were ordered into the towers to assist with stairwell evacuations, while others helped with evacuations in the plaza and subway station. Superintendent Morrone was last seen helping evacuate tenants on the 45th floor of the North Tower before it collapsed[11] while Chief Romito was in the 31st-floor region with four colleagues helping firefighters.[12] The PAPD lost 37 officers, including Morrone and Romito, and one police dog in the attacks:[13]

  • Supt. Ferdinand V. Morrone, 63
  • Chief James A. Romito, 51
  • Lt. Robert D. Cirri
  • Insp. Anthony P. Infante, Jr., 47
  • Capt. Kathy Nancy Mazza, 46
  • Sgt. Robert M. Kaulfers, 49
  • Donald James McIntyre, 38
  • Walter Arthur McNeil, 53
  • Joseph Michael Navas, 44
  • James Nelson, 40
  • Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, 40
  • James Wendell Parham, 32
  • Dominick A. Pezzulo, 36
  • Antonio J. Rodrigues, 35
  • Richard Rodriguez, 31
  • Bruce Albert Reynolds, 41
  • Christopher C. Amoroso, 29
  • Maurice V. Barry, 48
  • Clinton Davis, Sr., 38
  • Donald A. Foreman, 53
  • Gregg J. Froehner, 46
  • Uhuru Gonga Houston, 32
  • George G. Howard, 44
  • Thomas E. Gorman
  • Stephen Huczko, Jr., 44
  • Paul William Jurgens, 47
  • Liam Callahan, 44
  • Paul Laszczynski, 49
  • David Prudencio Lemagne, 27
  • John Joseph Lennon, Jr., 44
  • John Dennis Levi, 50
  • James Francis Lynch, 47
  • John P. Skala, 31
  • Walwyn W. Stuart, Jr., 28
  • Kenneth F. Tietjen, 31
  • Nathaniel Webb
  • Michael T. Wholey
  • Sirius, K-9

New York City Police Department

Temporary NYPD headquarters at 106 Liberty St; set up near the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Several New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers saw Flight 11's impact with the North Tower and immediately reported it to dispatchers. Ten minutes after Flight 11's impact and seven minutes before Flight 175's impact, the NYPD chief of department was en route to the scene and raised the police mobilization to level 4, thereby sending around 22 lieutenants, 100 sergeants, and 800 police officers to the World Trade Center. NYPD personnel were primarily responsible for assisting in evacuations and helping injured civilians.

Two NYPD officers at the World Trade Center site five weeks after the attacks.

Three police helicopters were also deployed to report on conditions and assess the feasibility of a rooftop landing or of special rescue operations. Once Flight 175 had struck the South Tower, another level 4 mobilization was ordered, bringing to almost 2,000 the number of NYPD personnel at the scene. Some were ordered to enter the World Trade Center to assist with the FDNY's evacuations.

The 23 NYPD officers, including four sergeants and two detectives, who died at the scene were:[14]

  • Sgt. Timothy A. Roy, Sr., 36
  • Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 43
  • Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis, 33
  • Sgt. Michael S. Curtin, 45
  • Det. Joseph V. Vigiano, 34
  • Det. Claude Daniel Richards, 46
  • Moira Ann Smith, 38
  • Ramon Suarez, 45
  • Paul Talty, 40
  • Santos Valentin, Jr., 39
  • Walter E. Weaver, 30
  • Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39
  • Thomas M. Langone, 39
  • James Patrick Leahy, 38
  • Brian Grady McDonnell, 38
  • John William Perry, 38 - an actor on shows like NYPD Blue and One Life to Live who was filing his police force retirement papers on that morning[15]
  • Glen Kerrin Pettit, 30
  • John D'Allara, 47
  • Vincent Danz, 38
  • Jerome M. P. Dominguez, 37
  • Stephen P. Driscoll, 38
  • Mark Joseph Ellis, 26
  • Robert Fazio, Jr., 41

New York State Court Officers

Three New York State Court Officers raced to the towers from the courthouse on Centre St.[6]

  • Captain William Harry Thompson, 57
  • Senior Court Officer Thomas Jurgens, 27
  • Senior Court Officer Mitchel Scott Wallace, 34

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