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New York City Health Commissioner Neal L. Cohen, MD, says that despite smoky conditions in areas of Lower Manhattan, “test results from the ongoing monitoring of airborne contaminants indicate that the levels continue to be below the level of concern to public health.” [New York City Department of Health, 10/5/2001]

Entity Tags: Neal L. Cohen, M.D., New York City Department of Health

Timeline Tags: Environmental Impact of 9/11

New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and NYC Health Commissioner Neal Cohen hold a joint press conference in which they state that vehicles contaminated with World Trade Center dust and debris would not be returned because cleaning the vehicles would be “too difficult.” And even if cars were cleaned, safety would be “inconclusive,” they explain. [New York Times, 12/4/2001]

Entity Tags: Rudolph (“Rudy”) Giuliani, Neal L. Cohen, M.D.

Timeline Tags: Environmental Impact of 9/11

New York City Health Commissioner Neal Cohen says the vehicles affected by dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center “are contaminated” and should be condemned. “The cleanup of them is not practical, and I’ll do whatever I can in my authority and recommend to the mayor that they be condemned,” he explains. [CBS News, 12/27/2001]

Entity Tags: Neal L. Cohen, M.D.

Timeline Tags: Environmental Impact of 9/11

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