AP 9/11 Photo Package

Associated Press Sept 11 Photo Package

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By CK MacLeod

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  1. The photos are dramatic and tell much of the story. However, they don’t tell us about the odors, which lasted for about six weeks and penetrated all the apartments in the area.
    A steady line of fire trucks, police cars, and various forms of rescue equipment–from all over the United States–rolled down West Street in an attempt to dig out possible survivors.
    Enormous lines of blood donors surrounded St. Vinsent’s Hospital–which has since gone out of business.
    My daughter Eve, a food historian and formerly a professional baker, volunteered to prepare food for the rescue workers, which she did for many hours every day.

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