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The Days After



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>From time to time we hear the siren of an ambulance rushing downtown.
It's a cheerful sound, because it suggests someone at least has been
found alive. But those sirens are very few.

Thanks from all, for all you've done, and said.

Paul T Werner, New York

----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas M Fuhrman <tfuhrman@earthlink.net>
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2001 6:57 am

My day job
> is as a nurse
> at the University of Kentucky Medical Center here in Lexington, KY
>On Tuesday because we are part of the
> nationalmecial emergency response team we were put on altert for
> 200 burn victims to
> arrive.
Needless to say we have
> yet to
> receive our first burn patient.   That speaks volumes.

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