NYPD Sgt is retired. Sean Cameron is in the fight of his life, not only against the 9/11 related cancer that devastated his body but also with the city, which has denied his disability benefits.
The Police Retirement Fund last month rejected the retired police request for a 9/11 pension, saying it could not confirm Cameron spent the necessary 40 hours at the Central location. World Trade Center needed to receive a pension.
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“They told me they could only find 20 hours … that I was shy of 20 hours,” Cameron told Daily News from his own home in South Carolina. “They are saying,” We know you’ve got cancer from Ground Zero, but you’re just there not long enough to qualify for a pension. ”
Cameron told The NY Bronx Baseball, 161st Bomb Squadron T-Shirt News that he ran to Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks and his stage 4 liver cancer was closely related to the poisons he inhaled that day.
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NYPD referral police just finished their shift on duty as terrorists crashed a jumbo jet into the twin towers on September 11, 2001.
Fearing that his father, who worked in one of the buildings, was trapped in a crash, the 52-year-old man ran to the Ground Zero and help where possible.
As he wades through the crowd to flee the giant noxious dust, he ends up at a Burger King assisting about a dozen people searching for shelter inside, according to his lawsuit.
Firefighters Omaha, Bennington and Irvington ran to the house near 161 Sunflower Street and after 1am Wednesday.
Firefighters living nearby were alerted to a loud bang.
They spray water into the fire and can be quickly extinguished. The roof was damaged but officials said no one could stay indoors until the roof was replaced.
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