It was an emotional day in Lower Manhattan Sunday, as 30,000 people took part in the 12th Annual Tunnel to Towers 5k Run and Walk in memory of those who were killed on Sept. 11, 2001.
The mobile exhibit was build on an expandable 53-foot trailer that houses over a 1,000 feet of museum space.
A group of British firefighters is showing their support for New York’s Bravest this week by attempting to run to each of the FDNY’s 252 firehouses.
The 12th annual Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Run will take place on Sunday, Sept. 29. The event is brings people around the world come together to run in the footsteps of a hero, celebrate the lives of those who died on 9/11 and join forces to do good.
Hurricane relief wasn’t the original goal for a foundation founded in the wake of 9/11. But just as things changed on 9/11, life shifted gears once again last October for Frank Siller, chairman of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Most people probably know the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation for its 9/11-related charities, but superstorm Sandy has them extending their efforts.
Siller ran through the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel in all his gear because bridges and tunnels were shut down to vehicles in the hours and days following the terror attacks.
The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel will be affected by closures from 11 p.m. on Saturday until 3 p.m. on Sunday.
After viewing CBS’s coverage of the Tunnel To Towers Run, a businessman donated nearly half a million dollars to the Tunnel To Towers Foundation.
On July 1, 2011, in Afghanistan, an improvised explosive device took both of Army Specialist Bryan Dilberian’s legs and one of his arms, but he has not been forgotten.
Thousands of runners retraced the steps of hero firefighter Stephen Siller during the annual Tunnel to Towers Run Sunday morning.
Russell Siller, brother of fallen firefighter Stephen Siller, stops by CBS 2 to talk about Sunday’s Tunnel To Towers Run.
It’s a 5k race with the finish line at the World Trade Center site. It started ten years ago with 2,000 people as a small tribute to Stephen Siller.
“Sacrifice” is a word we’re hearing a lot this week. On Thursday, CBS 2’s Lou Young met a remarkable young man who has managed to maintain his good humor and humanity in the face of terrifying injuries.
Family and friends gave 25-year-old Marrocco a homecoming at a house designed especially for him on Staten Island.