Ramona Diaz-Allegrini at ground zero. Photo by Andrea Booher.
In honor of women’s history month, we are sharing the Sept. 11 story of Ramona Diaz-Allegrini, one of the few female first responders who aided in the rescue and recovery effort at ground zero.Read more
Rolla "Bud" Crick's ground zero access badge. Gift of Rolla Bud Crick.
Before his death, Rolla “Bud” Crick, who as journalist reported on some of history’s most significant moments, donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum the badge he used to access ground zero for what may be considered one of his most meaningful assignments.Read more
Visitors tie blue ribbons around the Last Column during a ceremony on May 30, 2015, marking the anniversary of the formal end to the rescue and recovery efforts at ground zero.
The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Reauthorization Act passed both the House and Senate on Friday, renewing federal coverage for rescue and recovery workers who became sick after working at ground zero.Read more