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At the day of September 11th 2001 terrorist hijacked two planes and crashed into the twin towers Not long after the twin towers collapses and 7 world trade centers collapsed as well Many people lost their lives there even the people that were around the towers The collapse of the twin towers could have consequences for the health of first responders volunteers clean-up workers victims and others People are now debating should the government be responsible for the health and wellness of the 911 victims because first responders and volunteers risked their lives to rescue people that were in danger at the WTC and as well as workers at ground zero facing medical issues from the hydrochloric acid mist and furthermore the government should give equitably compensation to the people who lost their businesses despite whether the business is small or largeFederal Government should compensate first responders and volunteers who risked their lives to help rescue the ones in danger in the WTC They knew they had a large percentage chance of dying but they still took the risk to save the ones in danger According to the article Zadroga 911 health law shouldnt cover volunteers sickened at Ground Zero GOP hopeful Turner says Volunteers worked next to rescue crews for weeks Also a 911 activist and former construction supervisor lost half his foot at Ground Zero They didnt think about the danger they were in and still took the riskWorkers at Ground Zero should get compensated from the Federal Government They faced various medical issues due to the hydrochloric acid mist released when the twin towers fell Base on the article Zero for Heroes David Rapp was a healthy construction worker until he worked at GZ Rapp began to feel a little dizzy has frequent respiratory infections on twelve medicines and carries an oxygen tank wherever he goes Rapp has to accept the fact that he may never work again Therefore workers at
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