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An amazing story a tribute to a fallen brother on September 11 2001.
Firefighter Paul Keating.
Was one of the first man to respond to the World Trade Center along with thousands of others his life with sadly lost that morning.
Yesterday Neal Keating was able to honor his brother -- is -- port pilot.
He took over the reins of the USS new York and guided the ship into -- car.
And you Keating joins.
Right here on the couch good morning to -- good morning Q perched upon -- go you found out that the US cents in line need of World Trade Center steel.
It's going to be coming up here to New York City and -- -- well.
Well I I reached out to.
The president my company to ask permission wind shifted into New York that I would like to.
He -- say that because I was ship and he granted that that which.
Mean what an amazing experience for you having lost your brother.
Who was one of the first responders the first firefighter and final yeah didn't he think she and pilot the ship coming back who so -- -- Yeah it was it was just I can't describe it was such a great honor.
My brother would be you know very proud I think -- He responded that -- is.
Basil firefighters did he -- right next to trade center and you know went down there to.
And he was killed in south tower.
So my -- -- 47 years so.
I'm extremely honest and overwhelmed by.
You know being connected to -- the pilot the -- yes it was great.
To tell us exactly what you did and what your reaction was the moment you -- bishop coming -- -- Well I had an opportunity to meet the captain earlier -- 9/11 Yankee game we we tend together through against the Yankees.
And so I hope familiarity with the captains that -- -- easier but.
As I boarded the ship out there we we don't expect twenty miles from the -- on a bridge.
And as I boarded the ship.
And -- that the -- I got got goosebumps all over just -- I can't really describe the feeling.
You know like a connection to -- of course as I mentioned.
Much of the ship is built from World Trade Center -- It's very very powerful -- lesson there.
It was not only your brother who died that didn't fifteen people person.
People from my high school were killed.
Among other people who you know -- done to ensure -- live.
And so there was a lot of connections.
In interest in story after after 9/11.
President Bush came to town and -- up to -- need him.
He -- -- we they -- -- the Javits Center.
And they have an area cordoned off with -- curtains around and the curtain opened up and got President Bush was standing there.
And we looked at each other and he embraced me and and -- forget that day it's really special.
What should people remember.
When they see the USS -- I just.
The fact that the -- was made made from that seven and a half tons of steel.
That was the -- as part of the ship that you know trojans who waves and is resilient and keeps going and I think that's symbolize people in new York and -- live -- families here.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Communicating thank you so much for being an actress today who don't -- we're going to be there on Thursday FOX & Friends will be.
Broadcasting our show live from the USS New York -- to 9 AM it's awesome to be sure to tune in -- and Barbara announced their thank you so much for the Americans think you can.
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