"During my time in New York, I remember talking to Leroy - a handsome, black firefighter with years of experience in the service.
He told me that no matter what issues there may have been between the unit while back in the station, it was all put in the background and left behind when that alarm went off. There was a job to do, lives to save and your co-worker was your brother or sister, so no one was left behind."
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