Local Author Barry Donadio donates 475 books Kent Island, Maryland

Barry-R-Donadio-TWA-Flt-800-First-Responder-September-21-2013Local Author Barry Donadio donates 475 books Kent Island

Barry Donadio, a resident of Chester, Maryland donated 475 free copies of his book in January 2016. The ebooks were donated globally to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the TWA Flight 800 crash that occurred on July 17th 1996. Barry Donadio’s book is called “TWA Flight 800 First Responder Witness Account” At the time of the crash, Barry was a 25 year old Emergency Medical Technician that responded to the scene. It is the only book on the market that was written by someone who was actually at the scene of the rescue operations. The book was originally released on September 16th 2013 and it describes the events that unfolded on the night of the tragedy. It is interesting that Barry R Donadio was also employed as an Air Force Security Police Officer at the same military base that some people blame for shooting down the plane (The 106th Rescue Wing at Gabreski ANG Base, Westhampton Beach, NY). He later became an USAF Security Police Investigator and a SWAT Team Leader at that same unit. In 2002, he moved to Maryland after taking a position at the White House with the U.S. Secret Service. Barry does not comment as to why the plane crashed, but he stated “This account offers a look inside the Coast Guard Station at East Moriches, where the victims of TWA Flt 800 were brought on that evening”. “It offers some clues that may support your opinion as to what may have truly happened to the plane and why it may have crashed”. He went on to say, “I have included descriptions of the some of the victims fates, as well as other interesting anomalies that I observed on that evening”. Included in the book, are some of his experiences before and after the crash that he responded to as a Firefighter/EMT on Long Island, New York. Barry plans to meet with the families of victims of the crash and attend memorial services in New York on July 16th 2016.

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