First repsonders climb Corning Tower for a good cause

September 17, 2019 11:43 AM

ALBANY - First responders and others made the journey all the way to the top of the Corning Tower on Sunday morning, climbing for a cause.

It's 42 flights of stairs to the top of the tower.


The first responders were hauling dozens of pounds of gear on their backs.

They worked hard, all for the 4th annual Tunnel to Tower Climb in Albany.

The climb honors the sacrifice of fireman Stephen Siller, who gave his life on 9/11.

More than 100 people took part this year, hoping to raise more than the $32,000 collected last year.


Jill Konopka & WNYT Staff

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