Towns across New Jersey held observances Sunday marking 15 years since the 9/11 airborne terrorist attacks on the United States of America. Flags at all New Jersey state government buildings were also flown at half-staff.
Since 2003, the World Trade Center Health Program at the Rutgers University Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute has been treating and monitoring thousands of responders for a variety of conditions and diseases.
The Superstorm's third anniversary serves as the launch point for a shore Congressman's plan to ensure that the kind of telecommunication breakdowns we saw during Sandy have less of a chance of recurring - for civilians as well as for emergency responders - nationwide.
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