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  <h1 class="text-center">Frank DeMartini</h1>
  <h4 class="text-center">1952 - 2001</h4>
  <h6 class="text-center">A tribute dedicated to a true hero of the World Trade Center</h6>
 
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      <h4 class="sub-header">About Frank</h4>
      
      <p>Frank DeMartini had a passion for old cars, motorcycles, sailing and everything Italian. He also loved restoring Brooklyn brownstones and was fascinated with the World Trade Center. Mr. DeMartini, an architect, started working at the twin towers when he was hired to assess the damage from the 1993 bombing. He stayed on, becoming the construction manager, the man to see when you wanted to move a wall or rearrange the plumbing. Mr. DeMartini's wife, Nicole, also worked in the towers, and their children, Sabrina, 10, and Dominic, 8, could often be seen splashing around in the pool at the complex's Marriott Hotel.</p>
      
      <p>Compact and athletic, Mr. DeMartini, 49, once used a baseball bat to chase away an intruder who had picked the wrong brownstone. "He was really very fearless," said Michael Prager, a longtime friend. When the north tower was struck, Nicole DeMartini was just leaving her husband's office on the 88th floor. Finding a stairway that was still intact, he ushered her to safety. But he refused to follow just then because others needed help. "He saw himself very much as a protector," Mr. Prager said.</p>
      
      <p><span class="source">Source:</span> <a href="http://www.legacy.com/Sept11/Story.aspx?PersonID=103328&location=1" target="_blank">http://www.legacy.com/Sept11/Story.aspx?PersonID=103328&location=1</a></p>
      
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      <h4 class="sub-header">What Happened?</h4>
      <p>Frank DeMartini was the construction manager of the World Trade Center, responsible for helping rebuild the building after the 1993 bomb attack. On September 11, 2001 when a plane struck both towers, he and two other co-workers, Pablo Ortiz and Mak Hanna began going up the North Tower to rescue trapped workers. They eventually came to the 89th floor where they rescued several trapped workers including Rick Bryan, a manager at MetLife, and secretary Dianne DeFontes. DeMartini sends Hanna down the tower with an injured, elderly Port Authority worker on his back while Bryan and his co-workers begin to make their way downwards. Making their way towards the impact zone, DeMartini and Ortiz report structural damage that could lead to catastrophic results. Bryan and his group are nearly out of the building when they feel the tremors caused by the South Tower's collapse. They manage to make it out alive along with Hanna. DeMartini and Ortiz are both killed when the North Tower collapses. 50 people were saved thanks to their efforts, including Bryan and DeFontes.</p>
      
      <p><span class="source">Source:</span> <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9/11:_The_Twin_Towers#Frank_De_Martini_and_Rick_Bryan" target="_blank">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9/11:_The_Twin_Towers#Frank_De_Martini_and_Rick_Bryan</a></p>
      
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      <h4 class="sub-header">Documentary Video</h4>
      <p>Watch the full video below to see Frank DeMartini's heroism on that tragic day.</p>
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      <p style="margin-bottom: 30px;">Or read a detailed article, the untold story by clicking <a href="https://prologuebooks.wordpress.com/2011/09/16/102-minutes-the-untold-story-of-the-fight-to-survive-inside-the-twin-towers-jim-dwyer-and-kevin-flynn/" target="_blank">here</a></p>
      
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      <h4 class="sub-header">Credits</h4>
      
      <p>This is an educational purpose project created to complete a project challenge for <a href="https://www.freecodecamp.com" target="_blank">FreeCodeCamp</a>, created by Matthew Leisy. All images and texts are borrowed from the sources given. No copyright infringement is intended.</p>
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