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Byline: Gwyneth K. Shaw
NEW YORK _ Under fire for its handling of the money raised in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the American Red Cross is keeping a lower public profile in the aftermath of Monday's jetliner crash.
The relief agency won't be hitting the airwaves again asking for money _ or diverting any of the $564 million raised after the suicide-hijackings to the latest victims.
But the Red Cross is on the scene in Rockaway along with the Salvation Army and other agencies _ offering hot food, a receptive ear and help to the Queens community struck for a second time in two months by tragedy.
Rockaway, home to many police …