Events of September 28, 2001
The Colorado Task Force is relieving the Rapid Response Task Force #1 (RRTF#1) led by Dean Staberg at Fort Totten. Team #1 is then heading to the World Trade Center site where they will be reunited with the rest of the NE-TF1 team. Team #2 with Task Force Leader, Dan Wright, is currently at the World Trade Center Site this morning and is working the rubble.
NE-TF1 has been relieved of their Rapid Response duties of assisting the New York City Fire Department and has started working the rubble at the World Trade Center Site.
NE-TF1 is still divided into two teams with one group led by Task Force Leader, Dan Wright, currently working the World Trade Center site. NE-TF1 will be working 24 hours at the site with two shifts of 12 hours each. The second NE-TF1 team led by Task Force Leader, Dean Staberg, will relieve Danny Wright's team.
PLANNED ACTIVITIES (next 24 - 72 hours)
Team #1 with Task Force Leader, Dean Staberg, will be at the site sometime mid-afternoon and will be briefed on operations at 1730 and then will relieve team #2 at 1900.
Moral is still high with members of the team and they are very excited to get started at the World Trade Center Site.
Today and Monday Lincoln Fire & Rescue will be receiving a conference call from Chief Spadt at 10:30 a.m.
There will be no press briefing on Saturday or Sunday.