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Directer and Photographer Peter Langone.

Special Effects and Graphics Dean Lyons & Tony Forrest

Editing by Carlos Nunez

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PETER LANGONE and THOMAS LANGONE
World Trade Center: @FDNY @NYPDnews #FirstResponder brothers lost. #Firefighters #LEO
(I wanted to re-blog them together. Heroes.)
ON THE JOB, TOGETHER
A neighboring volunteer fire company called the one in Roslyn, N.Y., for help on Thanksgiving 2000. A rescue specialist was needed to extricate a young man from a wrecked car. The company, and the driver, were lucky. Two rescue specialists, Peter and Thomas Langone, arrived and cut him loose.

In their time off, Firefighter Peter Langone and Police Officer Thomas Langone were leaders at the Roslyn Rescue Fire Company, training other volunteers in the skills they learned at work.

Peter Langone, 41, a driver with Engine Company 252 in Bushwick, Brooklyn, a specialty unit, was the “elder statesman” at the firehouse, according to Firefighter James O'Connor. He drove the truck and showed rookies the ropes, speaking bluntly at times. “He never beat around the bush,” Firefighter O'Connor said. His wife, Terri, and his daughters Nikki, 9, and Karli, 5, were often seen around the firehouse, and they took weekend trips to the country. They were planning a family trip to Disney World this winter. He also liked to hunt, and in good years that meant venison stew in the firehouse.

Thomas Langone, 39, of Emergency Squad 10 in Brooklyn, went to Oklahoma City in 1995 to help with recovery efforts after the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. “His entire day went at a million miles an hour,” a fellow officer said. “He didn’t wait to be called.” He also taught firefighting techniques for Nassau County, and was working toward a bachelor’s degree from Empire State College’s distance learning program so he could teach when he retired from the department.

With his wife, JoAnn; his daughter, Caitlin, 12; and his son, Brian, 10, Thomas Langone took a trip to Rhode Island last summer, touring mansions and enjoying the cliff walk in Newport.

Their jobs brought the brothers together. In 1990, the Roslyn volunteers went to the scene of the Avianca crash in Oyster Bay. In 1993, working for New York City, the brothers went to the World Trade Center bombing. On Sept. 11, they arrived separately not long before the twin towers collapsed.

Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on December 11, 2001.

http://www.legacy.com/sept11/Story.aspx?PersonID=101219&location=2

PETER LANGONE
World Trade Center: @FDNY #Firefighter #FirstResponder Brother of #NYPD Thomas Langone, who also died.
DIED WITH HIS NYPD BROTHER
A neighboring volunteer fire company called the one in Roslyn, N.Y., for help on Thanksgiving 2000. A rescue specialist was needed to extricate a young man from a wrecked car. The company, and the driver, were lucky. Two rescue specialists, Peter and Thomas Langone, arrived and cut him loose.

In their time off, Firefighter Peter Langone and Police Officer Thomas Langone were leaders at the Roslyn Rescue Fire Company, training other volunteers in the skills they learned at work.

Peter Langone, 41, a driver with Engine Company 252 in Bushwick, Brooklyn, a specialty unit, was the “elder statesman” at the firehouse, according to Firefighter James O'Connor. He drove the truck and showed rookies the ropes, speaking bluntly at times. “He never beat around the bush,” Firefighter O'Connor said. His wife, Terri, and his daughters Nikki, 9, and Karli, 5, were often seen around the firehouse, and they took weekend trips to the country. They were planning a family trip to Disney World this winter. He also liked to hunt, and in good years that meant venison stew in the firehouse.

Thomas Langone, 39, of Emergency Squad 10 in Brooklyn, went to Oklahoma City in 1995 to help with recovery efforts after the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. “His entire day went at a million miles an hour,” a fellow officer said. “He didn’t wait to be called.” He also taught firefighting techniques for Nassau County, and was working toward a bachelor’s degree from Empire State College’s distance learning program so he could teach when he retired from the department.

With his wife, JoAnn; his daughter, Caitlin, 12; and his son, Brian, 10, Thomas Langone took a trip to Rhode Island last summer, touring mansions and enjoying the cliff walk in Newport.

Their jobs brought the brothers together. In 1990, the Roslyn volunteers went to the scene of the Avianca crash in Oyster Bay. In 1993, working for New York City, the brothers went to the World Trade Center bombing. On Sept. 11, they arrived separately not long before the twin towers collapsed.

Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on December 11, 2001.
http://www.legacy.com/sept11/Story.aspx?PersonID=102286&location=2

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Check out this reel of Studione1 Team. Talented works of Directing Motion and Stills with Peter Langone, Editing by Carlos Nunez & Splinter Studios Special Effects by Dean Lyon And Tony Forrest. (via New Studione1 Reel!)