Ground Zero volunteers face long road to compensation
Without a solid paper trail, volunteers at 9/11 have difficult time getting repaid for medical ailments
By Anemona Hartocollis
NEW YORK — On the day the terrorists flew into the World Trade Center, the Wu-Tang Clan canceled its meeting with a record mixer named Richard Oliver, so Oliver rushed downtown from his Hell's Kitchen apartment to help out.
He said he spent three sleepless days at Ground Zero, tossing body bags.
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