Brothers whose dad died on 9/11 follow his legacy at FDNY

On a bright Tuesday morning 19 years ago, terrorists turned commercial airliners into weapons of mass destruction. Thousands of lives were lost in an instant.

As people ran from the danger at the World Trade Center, first responders ran into it. Roughly half of New York City’s fire units rushed to lower Manhattan to help, and 343 firefighters were killed. 

Fifteen men from Engine 54, stationed about four miles north of the World Trade Center, were among those who died. Leonard Ragaglia was…

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