Sept. 11 Ground Zero work claims life of N.Y. EMT
By ERIKA MARTINEZ and ANDY GELLER
New York Post
NEW YORK CITY — A selfless Bronx paramedic has become the third EMT to die from a Ground Zero illness in the last 12 months.
Deborah Reeve, 41, who had her right lung removed, died Wednesday of an aggressive form of lung cancer at Calvary Hospital in The Bronx.
Her husband, David, 45, also a paramedic, her daughter, Elizabeth, 10, and her son, Mark, 6, were at her side.
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