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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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After hearing the tape,I cried and cried and cried some more. I'm crying again as I type this. My heart goes out to Kevin's family. May God Bless you all. God Bless Kevin. May he RIP. I will never forget.

*** Posted by gina on 2007-03-11 ***

i just heard the recorded phone call of kevin talking to the operator. australia's a long way from manhattan, but i'll tell you we felt some of your pain and were gutted just as you were. hearing the recorded call a few moments ago I just cried as I listened. my thoughts and best wishes and heartfelt sorry to all those who die on the day the world will and should never forget. 9/11- R.I.P. STAY STRONG.... love from PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

*** Posted by rob logan on 2007-02-16 ***

For all of us who moan about our trials in life, may we remember what is truly important. Our desperation is nothing.

*** Posted by grateful in Iowa on 2007-02-06 ***

I just saw kevin's youtube audio/video transcript. It is my first time seeing something real, not Hollywood versions. I'm deeply pained why so many of us have forgotten this event. I'm so glad there has been no 9/11 event so far in 6 years now. Thanks to the military people who are preventing this event from repeating again in America. God bless the victims of 9/11 and military people who have suffered and sacrificed. Keep up the good work despite the stupid doubts. You are saving the world just like the WWI and WWII vets did in Europe and Asia.

*** Posted by we love you, 9/11 victims! on 2007-02-05 ***

May God rest your soul in forever in Heaven, and protect your family till the day comes when you are reunited...Amen

*** Posted by Kiran on 2007-01-26 ***

unbelieveable to listen to

*** Posted by dan on 2007-01-25 ***

I never knew this person, but I pay my respect for him and what he did. He risked his life to help other people, and I am grateful for that and I wish him and his family all the best. I bet that his family is very proud of him and so am I.

*** Posted by Adana Aseviero on 2007-01-23 ***

My daughter and I believe that Kevin Cosgrove is the most couragous man we have ever heard. It is our loss to have never had a chance to meet him. Our heart prays for those who loved and miss Kevin. Our world will never be the same, but how blessed we are to know that our christian God has chosen Kevin, an angel to look over us.

*** Posted by Anna and Alyssa Llewellyn on 2006-12-26 ***

Hearing Kevin's last word's in the 911 phone call really bring all this tragedy to a aweful silence for me. I just wanted to holler thru the computer, "Run for your life, Kevin". Its so, so sad that he had to die while just doing his job of working to support his family. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family. You, sir, will never be forgotten along with all the others for whom you have put a voice to this tragedy. R.I.P. all 911 victims.

*** Posted by Tracy Ditch on 2006-12-25 ***

RIP! innocent people died that day in the worst act of terrorism possible. that audio tape just made me think of all of the innocent people who went to work and never got the chance to go back home and at least say goodbye to their loved ones, and the response of America towards terrorism. also the rescue people who risked their lives to save others god bless you all.

*** Posted by Derren on 2006-12-22 ***

I never knew Kevin, but after hearing about so much about him, I feel truly as though we are all connected. I know he is safe now and that he is at peace. Blessings to his friends and family. I pray for you every day.

*** Posted by Jamie on 2006-12-20 ***

I am so sorry for your lost. However, more sorry that it has taken such a tragedy for us all to realize that we really love and sympathize for others. This was a wake up call, and believe or not, it was a small one. The next time it may be 10x that size. Let's love each other and embrace each other each day. United we stand, but divided we fall.

*** Posted by crying4_9/11 on 2006-12-15 ***

I just happened to stumble upon the video of the phone call Kevin made that day. I've shared it with friends and family in hopes that they never forget what a tragedy that was. More importantly, it humanized me again and made me remember that we are so vunerable, and that the events of those days are still vivid in our hearts. I just hope that no one forgets, and that we all continue to remember each hero of 9/11. God Bless the Cosgrove family.

*** Posted by Jess on 2006-12-13 ***

Because of you, I value my life more than ever. Kick back and relax, wherever you are. Thank you for your everlasting gift.

*** Posted by Christian from Ca on 2006-11-28 ***

thank you.

*** Posted by eric on 2006-11-25 ***

I just watched the horrifying tape on youtube.

requiescat in pace

*** Posted by Wolfgang on 2006-10-21 ***

After five years, we tend to de-humanize this horrible day to make it seem less than what it was so we can deal with it in our own ways. It was just two buildings, right? Wrong. This was a human tragedy. Today I heard Kevin's voice for the first time. In that powerful 5 minute recording, the confusion, the fear, the humanity of the September 11, 2001 attacks became so clear, so raw and so alive. I was speechless for hours. We must never forget but we must learn to live and love together. Life is too sacred.

*** Posted by Tim in Canada on 2006-10-16 ***

Thank you Cosgrove

*** Posted by Austin Newell on 2006-10-13 ***

Thank you Kevin. For everything I have realized so far and everything I will realize in the future. I have never known you but with everything that happened to me recently, including coming accross that video, I feel like I know you, as a friend. As a guardian angel. Thank you. And I will go to WTC site soon and I will walk by that water and tell prayer for You and all the souls lost on that horrible day... Rest in Peace Kevin. God Bless You.

*** Posted by Autumn Eve's Rain on 2006-09-28 ***

I haven't cried since I can remmeber, but after hearing the audio of Kevin Cosgrove, I wept like a baby.

*** Posted by Gabe in California on 2006-09-25 ***

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