Tim Brown is a former FDNY firefighter who served for 18 years, including playing an integral role in the rescue mission after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Now, he dedicates his time to honoring the memory of those who died, and opening the conversation on grief, post -traumatic stress and emotional recovery.
Despite being involved in hundreds of fires over nearly two decades, no mission impacted Tim like the 9/11 Twin Towers terrorist attacks. During the harrowing events that unfolded on that day, Tim was the forefront of rescuing those trapped, managing panic and instructing emergency services. Never leaving his position to save his own life, Tim was responsible for the safe evacuation of hundreds of workers in the South Tower. In total, Tim lost 93 friends in the event, and he now he commits his time to preserve the memory of those who died.
Tim mentions the Tunnels to Towers Foundation in this podcast. To donate and learn more about Tunnels to Towers Foundation visit https://t2t.org/
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