Friday, September 2, 2011 – Globe and Mail
ANNA MEHLER PAPERNY
NEW YORK — John Maguire still has the shirt.
Its blue fabric is laced with pale 10-year-old dust, and torn in the back where he was peppered with debris as he struggled to help carry the dead weight of a stranger he felt driven to assist.
“When the picture was out there, I figured maybe I’d hang on to this just as a memento. … It’s hard to throw something away that has that much history attached to it.
“It probably isn’t safe,” to keep that dust around, he acknowledges. “But one day, I’ll show my son.”