NYC cop's death spurs call to monitor, treat others exposed to WTC debris
Copyright 2006 Newsday, Inc.
By LUIS PEREZ
Newsday (New York)
David Reeve was already convinced. He didn't need to see a coroner's report that New York City police detective James Zadroga was killed by dust from Ground Zero.
Deborah Reeve, a paramedic, worked at the Ground Zero morgue for several months and died last month of a rare lung cancer, so Reeve said he knew what those dark clouds could do.