NAU researcher thrust into the maelstrom after 9/11

ERIC BETZ Sun Staff  Reporter  |  Monday, September 12, 2011

On the morning of September 11, 2001, Paul Keim was out for a run with his  dog on Observatory Mesa, oblivious to the events unfolding along the eastern  seaboard.

He was training for a marathon that he would never run.

Within weeks, he would be sitting on the hood of his Toyota on the tarmac at  Flagstaff Pulliam Airport when a blonde woman walked off a Gulfstream jet and  handed him a package.

“Dr. Keim, this is the anthrax,” she told him.   Read more at the Arizona Daily Sun   

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