First responder turns truck into 9/11 memorial

While the Ground Zero mosque controversy rages on, Mark Niemcyck has created a memorial to fellow first responders and firefighters who died on Sept. 11.Niemcyck,

EDISON - While the Ground Zero mosque controversy rages on, Mark Niemcyck has created a memorial to fellow first responders and firefighters who died on Sept. 11.

Niemcyck, a firefighter for 46 years, has painted his truck with the names of firefighters and police officers who were killed in the collapse of the World Trade Center.

Niemcyck says he plans on using the truck as part of his opposition to the proposed mosque near Ground Zero.

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