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Ground Zero Recovery Museum Comforts, Informsi
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September 11, 2013 3:15 PM
Wednesday marks the 12th anniversary of September 11, 2001 when two planes slammed into the towers of New York's World Trade Center, killing more than two thousand people. The National September 11 Memorial Museum is to open next year and will revisit the story of that horrific morning. Images and stories of the recovery effort at Ground Zero, as emergency personnel and volunteers worked to find human remains and artifacts, are less well known. VOA’s Adam Phillips visited a small Manhattan museum devoted to the memory of New York’s 9/11 aftermath.

Ground Zero Recovery Museum Comforts, Informs

Published September 11, 2013

Wednesday marks the 12th anniversary of September 11, 2001 when two planes slammed into the towers of New York's World Trade Center, killing more than two thousand people. The National September 11 Memorial Museum is to open next year and will revisit the story of that horrific morning. Images and stories of the recovery effort at Ground Zero, as emergency personnel and volunteers worked to find human remains and artifacts, are less well known. VOA’s Adam Phillips visited a small Manhattan museum devoted to the memory of New York’s 9/11 aftermath.


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