LI congressmen hope to preserve 9/11 stories

Two Long Island congressmen are introducing a bill that aims to ensure the first responders who lost their lives as a result of the Sept.

WOODBURY - Two Long Island congressmen are introducing a bill that aims to ensure the first responders who lost their lives as a result of the Sept. 11 attacks are never forgotten.

Reps. Steve Israel (D-Dix Hills) and Peter King (R-Seaford) are introducing a bill that would collect raw and untold stories from people who were at Ground Zero and make them part of the U.S. Library of Congress.

The Sept. 11 oral history project documents the tales of hundreds of emergency workers who spent months doing rescue and recovery work at Ground Zero. The videos are available Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter

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