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Sun National StaffEven after the bullet cut through his leg and severed his femoral artery, 1st Lt. David R. Bernstein had a chance. The shooting stopped quickly, and a soldier trained in combat medical care was at Bernstein's side almost immediately. Helicopters landed,...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- The victims' families and the nation still grieve, but the once-charred and jagged western flank of the Pentagon no longer looks much like the scene of an American tragedy. Except for flags waving from two 140-foot-tall cranes, the...
The people who work at the New York State Emergency Center in Albany report to work each day--underground, in a bunker surrounded on all sides by four feet of reinforced concrete--in preparation for a medical disaster. On Tuesday, the disaster occurred....
President Bush on Wednesday personally inspected the effects of a terrorist attack that killed hundreds of people at the Pentagon but according to his aides was aimed at him. "I am overwhelmed by the devastation," the president said as he stood before...
Sun StaffDoctors and hospitals scrambled yesterday to treat more than 2,000 burned, broken and crushed patients taken from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. Medical officials set up makeshift emergency rooms, appealed for volunteer staff and set up triage...
Still more Maryland residents are dead or missing in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Amelia Fields Amelia Fields, 38, a clerical worker who had been transferred to the Pentagon on Sept. 10, is listed as missing. Mrs. Fields grew up in Somerset...
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