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September 11

My view on the morning of Tuesday, September Location: Exchange Place Plaza, Jersey City, NJ.

Firefighters and rescue workers worked 24/7 to save lives in lower Manhattan. More than 300 firefighters - in some cases, entire stations - were killed in the collapse of the World Trade Center.

Firefighters and rescue workers worked to save lives in lower Manhattan. More than 300 firefighters, in some cases entire stations, were killed in the collapse of the World Trade Center towers.

The magnitude of the dust and debris is overwhelming in itself; I want to play up of the idea of dust clouding everyone, taking over their clarity of vision of the world; physically and mentally. People here look like they are carrying on with everyday life, yet there is tragedy so close to them.

Escaping New York. This inbound view of the Brooklyn Bridge shows a route taken by many commuters earlier that morning turned into the site of a mass exodus as people walk out of a smoky and chaotic Manhattan.

9/11 Firefighter  Photo: John Labriola    While most able-bodied occupants of the north tower fled down stairwells to safety, firefighters such as Mike Kehoe (pictured) headed up to help the wounded.    Kehoe's Ladder 11 firehouse lost six men that day, but he survived to face a life forever changed not only by 9/11 but by the iconic image in which he unwittingly appeared.    "In some ways Mike Kehoe came to symbolize the firefighters," Chanin said.    Published September 8, 2011

Amateur photographer John Labriola, who worked on the floor of World Trade Center Tower One as an independent contractor with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, took these photos as he and thousands of others evacuated.

A father pauses to remember his son at the WTC site

My heart aches for him -- Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza, pauses at his son’s name at the North Pool of the Memorial during tenth anniversary ceremonies at the site of the World Trade Center on September in New York City.

70 Powerful Images From September 11, 2001 - Eye Opening Info | Eye Opening Info

Flames and smoke pour from the Pentagon building, on Tuesday, September after a direct, devastating hit from an aircraft.(AP Photo/Will Morris

History ~ 9/11 I haven't forgotten...

Collapse of the World Trade Centre, New York City, USA, September 11 The South Tower collapsed at a. The North Tower collapsed at a.

Melanie Einzig. 'September 11th, New York' 2001

Exhibition: ‘Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour’ at Somerset House, London

September 11, 2001 \ People stacked on each other...trying to breath.

September 2001 \ People stacked on each other.trying to breath. NEVER FORGET !

Remembering 9/11/2001.  The lights shining into heaven, the heart shape in the clouds, touching. | Shared by LION

Remembering The lights shining into heaven, the heart shape in the clouds, touching.

One of the iconic photos taken from 9/11/01. We were in Monterey visiting my folks and this came on the morning news shows. Devastating and very frightening.

My Tribute to 9/11

It happened on this day.in 2001 - Suicide hijackers crashed two airliners into the World Trade Center in New York, causing the twin towers to collapse. Another hijacked airliner hit the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in a field in Pennsylvania.

Escaping New York    Photograph by Daniel Shanken, AP    New York City's workday world was turned on its head by the catastrophic events of 9/11.    This inbound view of the Brooklyn Bridge shows a route taken by many commuters earlier that morning turned into the site of a mass exodus as people walk out of a smoky and chaotic Manhattan.

Escaping New York. This inbound view of the Brooklyn Bridge shows a route taken by many commuters earlier that morning turned into the site of a mass exodus as people walk out of a smoky and chaotic Manhattan.

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