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The extraordinary untold story of Ten House, the firehouse right next to the Twin Towers. Its firefighters were the first ones in and the last ones out on 9/11. Using rare archive of the day and dramatic testimony, their courage and sacrifice is revealed. Many lives were saved as a result of their safe evacuation of thousands of office workers. They became New York’s most iconic band of brothers. Though the twin towers were obliterated, the iconic firehouse that served them remained standing. And in surviving, Ten House and its firefighters began a new life as the focus of America’s grief – and pride -for the fallen heroes of 9/11. It is a destination for many thousands of visitors to New York – a living memorial to the Ten House heroes.
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