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(Studio: Brian Williams) The visit to a hangar filled with debris from Ground Zero on the 5th anniversary of the September 11 attacks recalled; footage shown from July 2006. The distribution of steel from the World Trade Center across the country featured; scenes shown from Hangar 17 at JFK airport; photos shown of steel arriving in different cities and towns. [Port Authority of New York and New Jersey deputy executive director Bill BARONI- says he is helping to bring pieces of steel to 9/11 memorials across the country.] [Brown City Fire and Rescue Chief Jim GROAT- reacts to bringing a piece home to Michigan.] [Flour Bluff High School students Cecilia Lauren BEAVERS, Jasmine Alessandra ORTIZ- explain why having a piece of the steel is important.] [Fremont, California fire department Capt. Shir JAWARI, Jeff PLACE- talk about responding to the attack.] [Victim’s sister Jennifer MULLER, son Dan MULLER - talk about losing brother/uncle Michael Hannan.]
- Williams, Brian
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