9 Things You Should Know About the 9/11 Attack Aftermath
Joe Carter discusses nine things you should know about what happened in the aftermath of the events on September, 11 2001.
Aerial pictures, never seen before, of the September 11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center
Aerial pictures, many never seen before, of the September 11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.
Twin Towers I was wounded first – the blow caught me in the neck. I couldn’t breathe, then – with a whoosh of fire, my mouth opened and huge clouds of smoke fled out. I didn’t realise I had such en…
9-11 - a visit to Ground Zero and the World Trade Centre Visitor Centre - Gee You're Brave
This post contains images which may cause some distress when viewed. I remember the morning it happened. I remember eating a bowl of cereal and seeing the second plane hit. My dad was watching the television with me in our living room. I was working in the centre of the city and I could see …
11 Settembre | Il Blog di Eleonora Marsella
Io, quel pomeriggio, lo ricordo benissimo. E sono certa che anche ognuno di voi, ricorda, dov’era. Avevamo pranzato da poco tempo, mi trovavo a casa di mia nonna Anita, mia madre lavorava, come sempre, e stavamo guardando la televisione mentre concludevamo le ultime faccende in cucina. E poi, è successo. La televisione ha cominciato a […]
The 9/11 Photos - An Assault on Architecture
The World Trade Center twin towers seemed impenetrable at daybreak on September 11, 2001. Here's a timeline of the 9/11 disaster as they collapsed.
The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History
Since its invention, photography has provided a window into the events that have changed the course of our nation. Here are the images that have shocked, inspired, and moved us as a country.
9/11 Leaves Legacy of Chronic Ill Health among Emergency Medical Services Workers | Health | Before It's News
The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 have left a legacy of chronic ill health among emergency medical services workers who came to the rescue of the victims, reveals research published online in Occupational & Environmental Medicine. Credit: Wally Gobetz - http://www.flickr.com/photos/wallyg/159454993/ Those
Ground Zero Diseases and Heroes of September 11 That No One Talks About
EPA said WTC zone was safe, no need to go all Hazmat. Painter masks didn't cut it. Workers are fighting for medical care & disability $$$. Many died w/ cancers, etc. But U S Gov't says NO to benefits