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David Bast

Trooper

New York State Police

Direct Phone: (585) ***-****direct phone

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www.datarecoveryservice-online.com

In the days following the 9/11 attacks five years ago, New York State Trooper Dave Bast of Webster went to the World Trade Center site to aid in the recovery effort.Bast will never forget the nearly four months he spent sifting through the rubble of Ground Zero."It was difficult, but we had a task at hand and wanted to do it to the best of our ability," Bast explained on the fifth anniversary of the attacks."There was always still that slim hope for an actual recovery of a live either rescuer or someone that worked in the towers."From Ground Zero, Bast went to Afghanistan with the Air Force Reserves as he changed roles from responding to the terrorist attacks to fighting the war on terror.During his six month tour of Afghanistan he crossed paths with the Taliban and al Quaeda. read more.


www.datarecoveryservice-online.com

In the days following the 9/11 attacks five years ago, New York State Trooper Dave Bast of Webster went to the World Trade Center site to aid in the recovery effort.Bast will never forget the nearly four months he spent sifting through the rubble of Ground Zero."It was difficult, but we had a task at hand and wanted to do it to the best of our ability," Bast explained on the fifth anniversary of the attacks."There was always still that slim hope for an actual recovery of a live either rescuer or someone that worked in the towers."From Ground Zero, Bast went to Afghanistan with the Air Force Reserves as he changed roles from responding to the terrorist attacks to fighting the war on terror.During his six month tour of Afghanistan he crossed paths with the Taliban and al Quaeda. read more.Notice: Undefined offset: 100 in \\nas32ent\domains\d\datarecoveryservice-online.com\user\htdocs\aarandom.php on line 11


www.whec.com

They're chewing on gum, smoking a cigarette, thinking that that'll mask the odor but it doesn't," says New York State Trooper David Bast.


www.locald.com [cached]

In the days following the 9/11 attacks five years ago, New York State Trooper Dave Bast of Webster went to the World Trade Center site to aid in the recovery effort.Bast will never forget the nearly four months he spent sifting through the rubble of Ground Zero.


www.datarecoveryservice-online.com

In the days following the 9/11 attacks five years ago, New York State Trooper Dave Bast of Webster went to the World Trade Center site to aid in the recovery effort.Bast will never forget the nearly four months he spent sifting through the rubble of Ground Zero."It was difficult, but we had a task at hand and wanted to do it to the best of our ability," Bast explained on the fifth anniversary of the attacks."There was always still that slim hope for an actual recovery of a live either rescuer or someone that worked in the towers."From Ground Zero, Bast went to Afghanistan with the Air Force Reserves as he changed roles from responding to the terrorist attacks to fighting the war on terror.During his six month tour of Afghanistan he crossed paths with the Taliban and al Quaeda. read more.


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