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New York is experiencing a traffic chaos after the strengthening of controls at major transit centers for the security measures taken on the eve of September 11. The checkpoints are also located in several major avenues of Manhattan,
he's been called a "prophet" for being ready for the attacks, "the man who pridicted 9/11" rescorla,a 62 year-old retired & decorated u.s army colonel, had focused on scurity at the world trade
10 years have passed, but everyone remembers what made the September 11, 2001, in the Portuguese case by lunchtime. First a plane hit a tower of the World Trade Center in New York.Accident? Direct, cameras rolling. After the
He tried throat lozenges, but the cough seemed to just get worse. For awhile, "I couldn't stop coughing," said Rosenzweig, a chiropractor, registered nurse and former emergency medical technician who is co-owner of Monmouth Total Health Care in
Tell us In the weeks and months after 9-11, as the nation tried to come to grips with what had happened, workers gathered pieces of the steel beams and girders from the fallen World Trade Center to store off-site. Years later, the Port Authority of
September 10, 2011 A personal memoir of the World Trade Center, of big events that impact little lives ...on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. I was 14 when I first saw the World Trade Center buildings in New York. It was August 1970 and I had gone to
Now publishes U.S. audiotape from the attacks of 11 September 2001. We hear the air traffic controllers, military officers and crew who are desperately trying to get a picture of what happens.
Filed Under Coming Sunday Dont miss the Registers keepsake special section and expanded coverage of the 9/11 anniversary. The three Iowa men were half a continent away when terrorists piloted two planes into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001...
In 2001, I pastored a Presbyterian church in New Jersey with a dozen members who commuted to their offices in the World Trade Center. As we watched TV along with the nation, from the second story window of our home, my wife and I could see the
The Record New York Firefighter John McGinty responded to the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, and recalls that debris raining off the south tower was "pretty fierce balls of flame, people, concrete, papers, plane parts. Not a minute went by