Retired firefighter Kevin Nolan has died of World Trade Center-related sickness, officials said Tuesday.

Officials said firefighter Kevin Nolan, 58, was part of the rescue and recovery efforts following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.

Nolan, who lived in Rye, New York, and retired from the FDNY in 2007, left behind three adult children and a wife.

“Our condolences go out to his family for the loss of this member,” said Fire Commissioner Gerard Fitzgerald, the New York Daily News reported. “He is another lost victim of 911 and he will be missed.”

According to Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro, nearly 200 more members of the FDNY have died of World Trade Center-related illnesses.

“Kevin is the 199th member of the FDNY to die of World Trade Center-related illness. So many years later, we continue to lose those who displayed such incredible bravery on that terrible day, and in the weeks that followed,” said Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro.

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