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The Weight of Dust

December 13, 2018

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Scott Gaines was a first responder on 9/11. When he retired a couple of months later, he thought he’d escaped the aftermath unscathed.

This time on The FRONTLINE Dispatch, a story about the lasting impacts of 9/11 – told by his daughter, reporter Amy Gaines. This story was produced by Michelle Mizner and Sophie McKibben.

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