Charles J. Margiotta‚ 44‚ lieutenant‚ FDNY‚ Battalion 22. The 240-pound‚ 20-year FDNY veteran had a degree from Brown University and worked as a stuntman in dozens of feature films‚ including Hannibal. He was also a private investigator‚ a substitute teacher‚ and a soccer coach. On September 11‚ he heard the news about the World Trade Center on his truck radio and rushed to the nearest firehouse in Staten Island to join the rescue efforts.
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