4 Long Island firefighters honored at 9/11 memorial; names added to wall

The names of four fallen firefighters from Long Island who risked their lives in the wake of September 11 are being added to the FDNY's

Since the World Trade Center Memorial Wall was first unveiled in 2011, 76 names of the fallen have been added.

Since the World Trade Center Memorial Wall was first unveiled in 2011, 76 names of the fallen have been added. (9/7/13)

BROOKLYN - The names of four fallen firefighters from Long Island who risked their lives in the wake of Sept. 11 are being added to the FDNY's World Trade Center Memorial Wall.

Lt. Patrick Sullivan, firefighter Andrew D. Dal Cortivo, firefighter Charles L. Jones III, and firefighter Michael F. Mongelli were honored during a tear-filled ceremony in Brooklyn Friday.

Since the World Trade Center Memorial Wall was first unveiled in 2011, 76 names of the fallen have been added.

For the families, the memorial is a lasting tribute to the sacrifices made by New York's bravest and the loved ones left behind.
 

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