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    The First Days After the Attack
    Walking Through Hell...

    Cops and firefighters, ironworkers and office workers, health care workers and counselors poured into the area immediately. The goal was to save the victims. A few, too few, were found alive. For so many the impact, the raging fire and the collapse were final. The rescue workers prayed and searched and dealt with the horror as well as they could.

    There are no words for what that they found there...they have earned New York's gratitude for their efforts.

    Rescue workers 9/11
    Ground Zero 9/11
    Rescue workers 9/11
    Rescuers, dwarfed by the collapsed towers, hope for survivors.
    The fires at Ground Zero mimic the colors of a hellish sunset.
    The rescuers worked long shifts with little hope of finding survivors.
    False peace on the streets of Manhattan
    Rescue workers 9/11
    Rescue workers September 11th, 2001
    Empty streets and boarded entrances to the buried subway.
    The flag and hope kept workers going in the nightmarish scene.
    Working carefully, every piece of rubble might hide a survivor.


    Ground Zero - The Media Coverage

    The First Week - Searching For Survivors

    Ground Zero - The Viewing Area

    September 11, 2002


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