From the Daily News:
Nearly a decade ago, Liliana Sanchez stood knee-deep in dust at an office building near Ground Zero, vacuuming for $60 a day with only a paper mask to protect her.
These days, the undocumented Colombian immigrant struggles to breathe while climbing a flight of subway stairs and worried about the future of her medical care.
"They called us heroes while we were working and we also felt like heroes. Now they have pushed us aside," said the 40-year-old from Medellin.
Sanchez will join 200 other undocumented 9/11 cleanup workers Tuesday at a rally to push for continued health coverage and legal immigration status.
Most of their compensation suits they have filed are pending, and they feel stuck in limo while health-care and immigration changes are on the horizon.
Not sure if "limo" was a typo or a Freudian slip. Not sure who was calling illegals "heroes" at the time for vacuuming up dust. I thought that term was reserved for the Americans who died trying to save others or were pulling people out of the rubble.