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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 am an internet addict. I wanted to search everything I want. I don't know what brings me here. All I know is, in just a snap of a finger, I got interested about world trade center, so I typed it in youtube, then I almost watched the clips that pops up. After that I noticed something about Kevin Cosgrove's call while the tower collapsed. While listening in, it made me chill and, yeah!, very traumatizing, especially on my part. My office was located at the 46th floor, so I feel so cautious whenever I am upstairs. It has a big impact on me whenever I remember the final moments of the call. It was really horrible.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-07 ***

Only God knows who truly mastered the attacks on September 11th, but the phone call Kevin made was one of the truly most chilling things I've heard in my entire life. I do not know much about Kevin, apart from a few basic facts, but he did not deserve to die that day.

*** Posted by Apathyfromthetube on 2008-05-07 ***

You remained strong, focused, and selfless during your hellish ordeal.... I think of you and your family often....

*** Posted by Ed on 2008-05-05 ***

I consider myself a very strong and unattached individual. However, when viewing this videotape, it reduced me to tears, and I continue to cry every time I hear it. I am sure this gentleman was an ambitious individual who made his indelible mark in life. I send my deepest sympathy and condolences to his children and family. I am going to weep uncontrollably as I type this. Remember September 11!

*** Posted by Mike on 2008-04-30 ***

I just found out about Kevin. I am so deeply sorry for your family and for all the families that have been affected by this date.

*** Posted by Jeanne on 2008-04-29 ***

That call was the most sad thing I've ever heard. I'll never forget that day.

*** Posted by Matt on 2008-04-29 ***

He went before his time. When I listened to his last moments, it hit me like bullets. "Ground Zero" is an emotional wound that may never really heal. His death will not be forgotten, and his spirit will live on through us and those who believe that justice will prevail. Rest in peace, Kevin Cosgrove. There will always be those who will care and remember...

*** Posted by Nephious (knee-fie-us) on 2008-04-22 ***

I only heard Kevin Cosgrove's 9-11 phone call a few weeks ago. There are no words to describe the emotion that went thru me. Kevin's words represent all the innocent people who lost their lives that horrible day.

*** Posted by Kevin on 2008-04-21 ***

I only just came across the phone call on You Tube as I was looking for details on the Cosgrove name. Kevin and all the others that lost their lives are so brave.... My heart goes out to all their families and friends. They have done their duty to society and a lot of people owe them a huge "THANK YOU." Go in peace!

*** Posted by Ann-Marie Cosgrove on 2008-04-18 ***

Rest in peace. Un horror morir asi ... que descanses, amigo!

Josecho (From Spain)

[Ed. - Terrible to die like that ... may you rest, friend.]

*** Posted by Josecho on 2008-04-13 ***

I realize there must have been hundreds of 911 calls that horrendous day, but to actually hear Mr. Cosgrove's plea for help was truly heartwrenching. Though it is 7 years later, never, never will you be forgotten!

*** Posted by Miche' Goodman on 2008-04-03 ***

Since I first listened to Kevin's last moments, 4 days ago, I simply cannot get it out of my head. The terror of his screams as the building collapsed sent shockwaves through my heart and left me with a deep sadness and profound sense of grief for the events of that day. I, too, like so many of you, have felt compelled to hug my loved ones a bit tighter and tell them I love them. And to think that his is just ONE VOICE out of thousands who suffered incomprehensibly horrifying deaths that day. It really puts a human face on that event, in a way that none of the media coverage could have done.
Rest in peace, Kevin.

*** Posted by Greg Dodge on 2008-03-30 ***

I heard Kevin's call on YouTube, and it was the most heartrending thing I have ever listened to. He did not deserve to die that day, nor did anyone else trapped in those towers, planes, and the Pentagon. I give my condolences to his family and friends--he was a true hero in every sense of the word.

*** Posted by Rachel on 2008-03-29 ***

R.I.P., Kevin, and all to those who were in 9-11. I saw the video on youtube, and every time I feel bad in life i'll just watch that video every time.

*** Posted by taylor cozine on 2008-03-27 ***

I heard Kevin's last phone call for the very first time last night. His last moments represented the plight of everyone trapped in the WTC upper floors that awful morning. Their only 'mistake' was getting to work on time. To the Cosgroves, God bless you and your family. And Kevin, you are a hero.

*** Posted by Kevin (Atlanta, GA) on 2008-03-26 ***

I'm seventeen years old, and I live in Scotland. Although it's been over six years since the attack, we can't forget it. I just saw the video of Kevin Cosgrove's chilling call to 9-11 on Youtube. I didn't know him or any of the victims of this devastating incident, but my heart goes out to you all effected by this. R.I.P. Kevin and all those who lost their lives that day.

*** Posted by Ffyona on 2008-03-19 ***

Kevin always knew how to make me laugh.

*** Posted by Bart on 2008-03-06 ***

To Kevin's family: I had an uncle Kevin, too. He didn't die in the WTC attack, but he was the funny guy at all the family gatherings. I am 13 right now. I was about 6 when 9-11 happened. I am truly, truly sorry. That story really brings tears, and I can just imagine how you feel. But don't forget the beach or the city. Remember it, and keep Kevin close to your heart. It will help. I hope you guys are getting through this strong. We are the strongest country there is. We are still strong today.  I love all of you.

Love,
A Girl Who Cares <3 <3 <3

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-03 ***

Peace in the world for all the children ... even those who have grown up.

*** Posted by Vanessa on 2008-02-29 ***

The world watched, prayed, and cried together with great sorrow and tremendous frustration because we couldn't do anything to help. Kevin Cosgrove's voice, and the voices of those who were trying to save him, will stay with me forever. I believe the victims and the heroes did not go alone; they went with our prayers, and each one took a piece of our heart with them. God bless their loved ones and friends: you are not forgotten, either.

*** Posted by Elaine on 2008-02-28 ***


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