Spike Lee's NYC Epicenters 9/11-> 2021½
Episode 3 delves deep into the September 11 boat lift. Spike Lee first learned about the maritime evacuation from "Saved at the Seawall."
The Boatlift: the boats involved, the obstacles they faced, and about her own experience of ground zero.
Warfare by History Hit Podcast
Amidst the terror and tragedy of the day came these everyday heroes who answered the call when the city needed them most.
Jessica Dulong, Chief Engineer Emerita of Ret. 1931 NYC Fireboat, discusses the ‘truly remarkable’ evacuations that rescued half a million people from NYC.
Cavuto: Coast to Coast
Former chief engineer on NYC fireboat John J. Harvey, Jessica DuLong, discusses the largest maritime evacuation in history, when mariners rescued nearly 500,000 people off Manhattan by boat following the 9/11 attacks.
C-Span: Q&A with Susan Swain
“I’m hoping that as we can look back on 20 years, we can see that coming together in that way is still possible.”
An excerpt from "Saved at the Seawall" tells the story of two boat captains on 9/11.
New York Post
"Proves that ordinary people can offer respect, assistance, and kindness to help others through even the worst crisis."
“It is just an incredible story of the way people help each other in a disaster.”