“The bottom line is we were never consulted or asked,” Rosemary Cain of Massapequa, N.Y., said. “We were told. Who gives them the right to take ownership of our loved ones?”
Cain’s son, firefighter George Cain, 35, died in the attack.
She said the underground area of the museum was flooded during Superstorm Sandy, and that any remains placed underground might be degraded by a future storm, making future DNA identification less likely.
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