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More photos from 1999SEIU News
As the WTC attacks unfolded and in the minutes and hours that followed, 1199 News photographer Jim Tynan covered the scene outside St. Vincent's Hospital. He has donated the photographs below to the archive.

Tynan1 While dust-covered rescue worker stands by, emergency workers attend to a man in the back of an ambulence.

Tynan2 Dust radiates in all directions as the remaining tower falls, seen from Greenwich Village.

Tynan3 Doctors and hospital workers at St. Vincent's Hospital care for a man arriving on a stretcher from the WTC attack.

Tynan4 "1199ers at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan were among the first teams of healthcare workers to care for the injured on Sept. 11." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, cover photo.

Tynan5 "Transporter Cheryl Farrell (second from left with stretcher) and CAN Audrey Vaughn (third from left with stretcher) rush WTC victim into St. Vincent's emergency room. "When I way what happened I was devastated," says Farrell. "I started getting together wheelchairs and anything else I could think of. Even now I can't believe it really happened. You see these kinds of things in movies, never in real life." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, pages 12-13.

Tynan6 "Doctors at St. vincent's look on as WTC collapses." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, page 7.

Tynan7 The first, south tower collapses in a cloud of smoke, seen from Greenwich village in Manhattan.

Tynan8 As the towers disapear under a cloud of dust, an ambulance races south towards the attack site.

Tynan9 Hospital workers accompany a woman on a stretcher outside St. Vincent Hospital's emergency room.

Tynan10 Shock and exhaustion on his face, a policemen is wheeled from a ambulance.

Tynan11 "Victims began to arive at St. Vincent's just minutes after the attack." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, page 6.

Tynan12 The fireball of the second plane's impact, seen through the trees and buildings of a New York City neighborhood.

Tynan13 Chairs ready to receive the injured on the sidewalk next to St. Vincent's Hospital.

Tynan14 Hospital workers clean up materials left from treated those injured from the WTC attacks.

Tynan15 Hospital equipment is moved into position in the street outside St. Vincent's Hospital.

Tynan16 A firefighter sits in a wheelchair, after ariving in an ambulance.

Tynan17 "St. Vincent's workers rush supplies to ER staff receiving patients." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, page 9.

Tynan18 "St. Vincent's transporter Jose Bernales (pushing victim in wheelchair) was on his way to work when the Twin towers were attacked. "I didn't know what has happening until I got to work," says Bernales. "But I wasn't scared. I just wanted to help people survive." 1199 SEIU News, October, 2001, page 7.

Tynan19 Emergency and hospital workers together help patient out of an ambulance.

Tynan20 - Hospital workers ready to assist another patient arriving from the WTC site.

Tynan21 Hospital and emergency workers ready to assist another patient arriving from the WTC site.

Tynan22 1199 members await those injured in the WTC attacks.

Tynan23 Reactions as the towers collapse.

Tynan24 Unloading medical supplies to be ready for victims of the attacks.

Tynan25 Medical workers get ready to assist an injured man outside St. Vincent's Hospital emergency room.

Tynan26 Police and hospital workers busy outside St. Vincent's Hospital.

Tynan27 New York Catholic Archdiocese's Cardinal Egan dons a hospital gown to help victims of the WTC attacks.

Belinda Gallegos also covered the WTC aftermath for the 1199SEIU News. She has contributed the following photos:

Gallegos1 Shawn Powell's widow, Jean with the American flag.

Gallegos2 The memorial service for the family of slain firefighter, Shawn Powell.

Gallegos3 Joshua Powell, son of slain firefighter, Shawn Powell, at the memorial service with his fathers helmut.

Gallegos4 Wife Jean and son Joshua at the memorial service slain firefighter, Shawn Powell.

Date Entered: 2003-05-12

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