The fire commissioner of New York City spends some time talking with Boomer and Craig about that horrible day that will forever live in infamy – September 11, 2001.

Listen to his incredible story of survival as the North Tower almost collapsed on top of him.

Also get his take on Major League Baseball’s refusal to let the Mets honor the fire department with commemorative hats, as well as how 9/11 changed the way that emergency service departments are able to communicate with each other.

LISTEN:  NYC Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano Reflects On 9/11

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