South Carolina And New York City Come Together Through Time, Kindness

11/14/2001 | NYTimes.com

White Knoll Middle School students in Columbia, S.C., paid back a 134-year old debt to the New York City firefighters when they decided to raise money -- aided by the state's businesses and top donors -- to buy a new firetruck for New York City. In 1867, the New York Fireman's Association gave the city of Columbia a hose carriage to help it recover from Union troops burning the city and its fire station to the ground.

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