3 Years After 9/11, Turf Battles Impede Police-Fire Communications

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When the NYPD helicopter pilot circling the World Trade Center warned that “large pieces” of the South Tower looked about to topple, the report never got to the firemen inside: Their radios couldn’t communicate with those of the police. It seemed an obvious problem to fix – just as it had after the first World
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