I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…
ASPCA Pet Rescuer Who Worked Near Ground Zero, Fought for Zadroga Act Dies from Cancer:
(Rocco Parascandola, Ben Kochman) The woman diagnosed with cancer from toxic fumes she inhaled rescuing cats and dogs from homes in the shadow of Ground Zero has died — but her mission to help ailing 9/11 rescuers lives on, relatives said.
Diane DiGiacomo, 52, died with her sister Donna, brother Paul and son Stephan by her side Friday at her New Jersey home.
The single mother had dedicated the last moments of her life to pushing Congress to renew the Zadroga Act, which compensates families of ailing 9/11 first-responders.
My Commentary: So very sad… The cover-up continues.
9/11: NEVER FORGET… that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency claimed the air quality at Ground Zero to be “safe.”
Eleventh Year Since 9/11 (Sept. 2012 article):
Hundreds of 9/11 First Responder Die of Cancer (Sept. 2009 article):
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