9/11 communications failures unfixed in NY

Millions have been spent on new radio systems, but the Port Authority fears needless deaths of LEOs if an attack happens


By Josh Margolin
The New York Post

NEW YORK — The communications failures that led to the deaths of hundreds of first responders on 9/11 still haven't been fixed, despite tens of millions of dollars spent on elaborate radio systems in lower Manhattan, The Post has learned.

And officials at the Port Authority fear a terror attack at the rebuilt World Trade Center will lead to more needless deaths of cops, firefighters and those they would be trying to rescue.

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