Audio Portrait of World Trade Center Site

Monday, March 11, 2002

For six months, crews have carried away remains of the World Trade Center and the people who died there. Now, only a portion of the South Tower is left. Producer Susan Jenkins has had unusual access to this slowly vanishing work site. Some of the stories construction workers told her there, and some of what Jenkins saw herself, have been put together into this audio portrait.

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