Remembering 'The Red Bandana Man'; Unvaccinated ICU Patients' Regrets : Here & Now Welles Crowther, known as "the man in the red bandana," was killed while saving people during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The 24-year-old was a former volunteer fireman who worked as an equities trader on South Tower's 104th floor. His mother, Alison Crowther, joins us. And, Blake Farmer of WPLN in Nashville visited one hospital filled where unvaccinated intensive care unit patients are expressing regret for not taking the vaccine.

Remembering 'The Red Bandana Man'; Unvaccinated ICU Patients' Regrets

Remembering 'The Red Bandana Man'; Unvaccinated ICU Patients' Regrets

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Welles Crowther, known as "the man in the red bandana," was killed while saving people during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The 24-year-old was a former volunteer fireman who worked as an equities trader on South Tower's 104th floor. His mother, Alison Crowther, joins us.

And, Blake Farmer of WPLN in Nashville visited one hospital filled where unvaccinated intensive care unit patients are expressing regret for not taking the vaccine.

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