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In Tribute to Kevin M. Cosgrove
46 years old.   Residence: West Islip, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Last night was the first time I heard the 911 call, and I'm so sorry for the Cosgrove family. My condolences, support, and best wishes for his family, friends, and loved ones.

*** Posted by Jeremy on 2010-06-28 ***

I love you.

*** Posted by Justyn on 2010-06-14 ***

The phone call made me cry. When I heard that call, I realized how lucky I truly am to be here. I am deeply sorry for his family's loss. Truly, this is humbling.

*** Posted by Inka on 2010-06-13 ***

Dear Kevin,

I am an American living outside the US and was not in America on that horrible, fateful day.

But listening to your phone call, I was so touched by your strength and courage. You personalized the event for me and made me feel as if I were there, close to my compatriots.

And also, you make me so proud to be an American. You are a true hero.

God keep and bless and watch over your family,

*** Posted by Gayle on 2010-06-12 ***

I found the phone call by accident and was caught in fear when I heard the end of the tape. I felt like I was there with you and your cries for help. I will never understand why, but when I feel selfish in my life, I think of you and your voice, and I know that I'm lucky to be here. And to listen to your 911 call keeps your memory of that day alive, and we can all be reminded of what everyone who died that day went through. I hope your family can take comfort in knowing that it's possible that, through the terror of that phone call, it can actually help those who have to carry on.

*** Posted by Deneen on 2010-06-12 ***

This man's voice will forever serve as a reminder of the horror of this fateful day. I trust that America shall never forget the price our nation continues to pay in order to embrace our freedoms. My prayers go out to his family!

*** Posted by J Post on 2010-06-09 ***

I just listened to his call, the horror and fright.... I'm so sorry. It terrifyingly drove the point home. My condolences to his family.

*** Posted by Sophia on 2010-05-31 ***

May God bless the Cosgrove family. Rest in peace, Kevin. We will never forget.

*** Posted by Terry Turner on 2010-05-29 ***

The last words of Kevin Michael Cosgrove will stay with me for the rest of my life. "OH, GOD, OH!" screamed the hero.

*** Posted by Nick on 2010-05-25 ***

I was reading an article entitled, "Has God Left Us?" One of the facts mentioned was the tragedy that occurred on September 11th at the World Trade Center. I looked up few videos in youtube and found the one that showed how a person was shouting, "Oh, God! Oh!" Later, after researching, I found it was Mr. Kevin Cosgrove. I will never forget the voice and the words. My sincere condolences to the family affected.

*** Posted by Raja on 2010-05-11 ***

I heard his 9-11 call today. It was terrible. Rest in peace, Kevin.

*** Posted by Dan on 2010-05-05 ***

I have watched the video of Kevin Cosgrove's distress call on Youtube, and I will never forget it. It puts all the events of 9-11 into perspective. I literally cannot get it out of my mind. I feel terrible every time I listen to it because I feel so bad for Mr. Cosgrove. I don't know if I would have been able to be as calm as Kevin. He was a brave man, and my heart goes out to him and to his family. May you rest in peace. My prayers are with your family.

*** Posted by steveD on 2010-05-05 ***

I don't know Kevin, but I was so sad for him and his family when I saw and listened to the events that happened on 9-11. Family and friends, my heart aches with yours. I truly hope one day we can all be in heaven and hug each other. There will be no tragedies in heaven, of this we are assured.

*** Posted by Clive on 2010-04-27 ***

It's very sad what happened to Kevin Cosgrove. And you can only imagine how his family felt after that.... The 911 phone call gave me a real vision of what happened that horrific day, and if I were to be the 911 Operator telling him it will be okay ... then ... (you know what happened) ... well, that memory would haunt me forever. R.I.P., Kevin Cosgrove, and to the other victims of 911, may God bless your families.

*** Posted by Brandon on 2010-04-22 ***

Mr. Cosgrove,

I don't know you. I wanted to thank you for hanging onto that phone long enough to bring back to me why it is that I do what I do. I hope that you would tell us that we're doing it right, now. I absolutely condemn what happened on that day, and anyone involved in causing it. But it is God's decision on them, now, not mine. And I am so sorry we have the ability to hear your final breathing moments. I am thankful that the tower went down quickly, and hope that those who were trapped didn't have time to feel any pain. Peace be with your family. I hope they are well.

*** Posted by a screener on 2010-04-21 ***

I didn't know Kevin Cosgrove, but I knew their family, and I feel so bad for their loss.

*** Posted by Rachel on 2010-04-10 ***

I saw the video on Youtube with the recording. I am deeply sorry.

*** Posted by landon on 2010-04-09 ***

God bless the Cosgrove family, prayers for you always. We will never forget.

*** Posted by Dave on 2010-04-08 ***

I listened to his audio for the first time ever since 9/11. It came out for a few seconds on a video on Youtube, so I typed in his name, and the audio of just his call came up. I listened to it, and I realized what happened. I was in shock to hear his screams, realizing that he would never see his "young children" ever again. It touches me every time I see it. R.I.P., Kevin Michael Cosgrove.

*** Posted by Ryan on 2010-04-05 ***

As I listened to the tape of Kevin Cosgrove, the reality of 9/11 really, really hit me. Although I was only a child when 9/11 happened, I was old enough to remember that day, and although I still can't and never will understand the cruelty in this world. I will live with this memory of 9/11, and we must never forget or let our guard down. God forbid any tragedy like this should ever happen again.

*** Posted by Lindsey on 2010-04-03 ***

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