EMS Book: September 11, 2001, “The Downwind Walk.” Tells the story of 9/11 from the perspective of an FDNY Paramedic..

The Downwind walk is now available on-line at Authorhouse Publications.


Author ofThe Downwind Walk: A USAR Paramedics Experiences After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001

Lt. Kanarian’s book tells about the rescue efforts at Ground Zero during 9/11 from the perspective of a lieutenant who responded as an urban search and rescue medic. The book contains never before published photos and interviews with significant responders of 9/11.

This book is important in preserving the EMS role in September 11, 2001 as the year’s pass.  This book should be read  EMT and paramedic students who want to know how to survive a terrorist attack.  This book is also an essential first-hand account of 9/11 for use in and Homeland Security Degree Programs.  By reading this book you will gain a first-hand account of 9/11 from Ground Zero from eye level.

This book gives you a behind the scenes view of Ground Zero and the after effects from Lt. Kanarian’s view, in his dusty boots.


About Steven Kanarian, MPH

Life Coach, Writer, Mentor
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