Working on the Pile at Ground Zero & the TWA Flight 800 Crash. “The Dust Never Settles”. As only someone who was on the scene can describe, retired Police Officer Stacey Goodman tells her story.
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She was a rookie Police Officer when her volunteer service as a DMORT specialist for the Federal Government led her to be pressed into service on the TWA Flight 800 Crash. Then years later was assigned to and worked the Pile at Ground Zero for 23 days.
Stacey Goodman is our guest, she is a retired Suffolk County New York Police Officer. Stacey talks about the grim and rarely discussed responsibilities of recovering human remains from victims at mass casualty sites. She also discusses her way of handling conspiracy theorists and how the demands of the job affected her, which she details in her book "The Dust Never Settles".
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