'Forgotten' WTC first responders honored in N.Y.
By Nia-Malika Henderson
Copyright 2007 Newsday, Inc.
NASSAU, N.Y. — Julius Lisner of Massapequa Park calls himself one of the "forgotten workers" of 9/11. For eight months, he sifted through remains, working to identify victims in a temporary morgue near Ground Zero.
But at a pinning ceremony last night at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, along with 40 other Long Island rescue workers, his tireless efforts were remembered.
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