Tom Westman, a 20-year veteran of the New York Fire Department who was raised and educated in Queens, became the oldest "Survivor" to capture the $1 million reward after beating out 19 other contestants during the CBS show's 39-day competition, which premiered Feb. 17 from the tropical Pacific island."I'm still trying to wrap my brain around winning a million dollars," said the 41-year-old firefighter, who spoke on a cell phone while en route to one of many press conference
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