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Terence McShane & Ronnie Gies
Plaque Dedication Ceremony

Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Terence McShane was originally assigned to Engine 308 and was on rotation for a year in Ladder 101 when he was killed at the WTC on 9/11/01. These photos are of the plaque ceremony at Engine 308 honoring Terence McShane and Ronnie Gies.


Ronnie Gies, working overtime at Rescue Squad 288, rushed from the Maspeth, Queens firehouse to the World Trade Center, arriving before the towers collapsed. Ronnie Gies and 18 others from his firehouse have never returned.

Rescue Squad 288 Website

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Terence McShane

Ronnie Gies

mcshaneplaque1.jpg The firehouse door memorializes Terence McShane and Ronnie Gies.


mcshaneplaque2.jpg People gather in front of the firehouse.


mcshaneplaque3.jpg Engine 308.


mcshaneplaque4.jpg Remember Terence McShane.


mcshaneplaque8.jpg Pipe and Drum band warms up.


mcshaneplaque5.jpg Unveiling the plaques.


mcshaneplaque6.jpg The plaques are unveiled.


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