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Facing South Florida: Canadian Town Of Gander Opens Doors, Hearts To Strangers After 9/11

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In the days following 9/11, there was one story that offered a ray of hope in an otherwise dark time. It’s a story of the small Canadian town of Gander and how they provided refuge for the nearly 7,000 passengers diverted there, after their flights from Europe were not allowed to enter U.S. airspace.

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Jim DeFede talks to Oz Fudge, who was the town Constable in Gander on 9/11 and to Roxanne Loper, who was a guest of the town.

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