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Hi Gerald ,
Would you mind taking a look at my 9/11 picture album to see if you or your collegues might recognise any of the fire fighters I photographed at Ground Zero back in 01 when i was working for the New York Post. I am heading to New York in July and would like to make contact with them. Any help with contact details would be greatly appreciated
Cheers mate. Nathan Edwards, Australia email contact: email@example.com
John Chubb here from DFB Ireland. Just want to say....to attend your presentation alone made a 6000 mile round trip worthwhile.Drop me your email details to firstname.lastname@example.org I wish to discuss a future training initiative with you
Where can i get something in writing about the recommended flow rate for today's fires being at least 150gpm? This is for justification reasons, so it needs to be a non-bias type document. If you can help let me know.
Thanks and BE SAFE!!
I started a High-Rise Group. Would love for you to give your two cents every chance you get.
Hope all is well.
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