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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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I'm Edward Lemos from Brazil. As a fan of NYC and the W.T.C., it was very sad to me about what happened on September 11. I could imagine what it would have been like if it were me calling for help in the last seconds of my life and feeling the adrenaline until the building started to collapse. I only know one thing: it should not have happened.

*** Posted by Edward Lemos on 2009-12-30 ***

When I listened to this 9-11 call with tears in my eyes, it made me realise that every one of these men, women, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts—all had a story to tell, and all went through terrible pain that is unimaginable to us people today, now. Each of you will be very well missed for an eternity to come.

Kevin, rest in peace, you are a hero.

*** Posted by Adam from Australia on 2009-12-22 ***

You are my hero. xoxo

*** Posted by Jessy Natanael on 2009-12-20 ***

To Kevin and his family,

My heart goes out to you, and for the rest of my life, I will never forget Kevin.... He is a hero to me. He will live forever in my heart.

*** Posted by April Chandler on 2009-12-20 ***

I just came back from New York City last weekend, and it was the first time I visited ground zero since the attacks. I grew up in Pennsylvania, not too far from New York, and it took me this long to actually visit the site. I flew in from L.A., where I now live. I thought of Kevin Cosgrove as I heard his last 9-11 phone call a couple of years ago, and it has since stayed with me. While I was there, I shed many tears for Kevin and other people I knew of but never met. Their memories will forever remain in my heart—forever. Kevin, I hope to meet you in heaven one day. Your bravery and courage is something I cannot even fathom, and it will certainly not be forgotten by me. You are loved my many people who you have not even met in your lifetime, for the depths of love spread far beyond this life. Rest in peace.

*** Posted by Megan Faver on 2009-12-20 ***

Wow, I feel bad for him, his family, and everyone effected by that horrible, wierd day. God bless all.

*** Posted by Victor on 2009-12-19 ***

Kevin helped to put my life in perspective and not take any day for granted. I wish the best to your family, and wish Kevin is smiling at all the lives he has impacted by his sheer courage.

*** Posted by YH Lee on 2009-12-19 ***

I'm SORRY!

*** Posted by Toni Gibson on 2009-12-14 ***

My heart goes out to the families of all the victims of 9-11. May God continue to bless you. I didn't have anyone close to me involved, but it still hurts seeing what happened and remembering that last phone call made by Kevin Cosgrove. He was brave to the end. Rest in peace, everyone.

*** Posted by LR on 2009-12-13 ***

I watched the Youtube video of Mr. Cosgrove's final call, and it brought me to tears. God bless his family. I know that, like every other American caught in the tragedy that day, all he wanted to do was to come home to his family. Everyday people like him are the heroes that make this country great. May we NEVER FORGET! :-)

*** Posted by Ms Baker on 2009-12-12 ***

I also would like to say God bless you all.

*** Posted by Toni Gibson on 2009-12-04 ***

I am really sorry for Kevin and the rest of the 9-11 attack victims. I am also sorry for the family members of those victims.

*** Posted by Toni Gibson on 2009-12-03 ***

Rest in peace, my friend.

*** Posted by Brandon Kichta on 2009-11-30 ***

I've only just listened to Kevin's last phone call. I'm deeply saddened by it. God bless his family.

*** Posted by Joe Ryan on 2009-11-27 ***

My heart froze when I listened to that call. I just heard it for the first time. I cried so much. So many lives were taken. My heart goes out to all the families that have lost someone in 9-11. May God look after everyone. And never look down—always keep your head held high.

—William

*** Posted by William M on 2009-11-24 ***

This was the most saddening and horrific thing for any human being to have to go thru.

*** Posted by Joseph B on 2009-11-19 ***

I just heard the 911 call from Kevin Cosgrove for the first time. I am upset at myself for not listening to it sooner—it took me 8+ years. I was riddled with adrenaline for a good hour or so after listening to the audio. I am so disturbed knowing that I was safe and sound across the country at this time and could not have done anything to help. I am very sorry for his family and for his tragic end.

*** Posted by Eric on 2009-11-19 ***

I have now listened to the audio of Kevin's last moments a few times, and at the end of each time I am frozen, staring at the falling tower. I cannot imagine being in his position, trying to stay alive, trying to breathe, and trying to keep his co-workers conscious. I hope we never forget what happened that day and the lives that were lost. We must never forget.

*** Posted by Sarah from B.C., Canada on 2009-11-17 ***

I want to say that I feel deeply saddened by hearing the last minutes of Mr. Cosgrove's life. I am Australian, but regardless of this, I feel a connection to the citizens of the world who hope that Mr Cosgrove's last minutes were not in vain. I do wish that his family has found peace as time has gone on. Mrs Cosgrove, I care.

*** Posted by Suzanne Heathorn on 2009-11-15 ***

I watched that video on Kevin's phone call. It broke my heart to hear it. I'm only 13, and when 9 11 happened, I really didn't know what had happened, and I really didn't care. But as I watch all the videos on and about 9-11, I cry. And it's so sad, man. Thank you, God, for life. And even though you guys are gone, and even if I don't know none of y'all,  I love you.... R.I.P. EVERY ONE.

*** Posted by deanna smith on 2009-11-13 ***


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