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CONNECTICUT — Many of the 9/11 victims we know and hear about are white. But there are plenty of African Americans ones and a Connecticut station was able tog et a hold of one.

Melvin Esdaile of North Haven thinks about that September 11th day every day of his life, but on this day he is reflecting on the journey.

The memory that sticks with Esdaile as he was going down 25 smoke filled flights of stairs in tower one is that firefighters were passing him going up.

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