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NY Volunteers Cook for Rescue Workers - 2001-10-03

Across the river from Manhattan, in a parking lot at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the spirit of America is hard at work. Volunteers from small towns up and down the east coast are cooking thousands of meals a day for the rescue workers at the World Trade Center.

Typical Americans with typical jobs and families, who when disaster strikes answer the call of people in need.

VOA-TV's Jeff Swicord visited some of these men and women to find out more about what they are doing and why.