A group of 9/11 first responders that have gone mostly unheralded were honored Saturday at a park in Coram.
After the two hijacked planes struck the Twin Towers, about 300 rescue dogs were brought in to help with the search-and-rescue effort. They, like their human counterparts, spent days poring through the rubble, looking for survivors and, later, people's remains.
Dog handler Penny...
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