Morris County Sheriff's Office
Ground Zero worker tells of illnesses from 9/11
Home News Tribune Online 03/22/07
By RAJU CHEBIUM
GANNETT NEWS SERVICE
WASHINGTON — A New Jersey man told a Senate panel today he has difficulty breathing and his lungs have thickened since he worked at the World Trade Center site on Sept. 11, 2001, and on cleanup efforts afterward.
Jeffrey Endean, a former commander with the Morris County Sheriff's Office who lives in Succasunna, was among the witnesses who discussed health problems he and thousands of people developed after breathing in the pulverized sheet rock, glass and concrete from the Twin Towers collapse and during debris removal later.