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New York, New York / Attack On America / Ground Zero Tour / Christmas Tree #654197

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 07, 2001
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(New York: Tom Brokaw) Live scenes shown of recovery work at Ground Zero in New York City.

(New York: Virginia Cha) The efforts to clear away the debris and recover the dead from the ruins of the World Trade Center featured; scenes shown of recovery work at Ground Zero. [Crane operator Bernie STINCHCOMB - talks about removing steel beams.] [Supervising Engineer Bill NOESCES - says moving some debris loosens up other pieces.] [New York Corrections Department Emergency Services John KUBANIK - says his team watches every scoop of debris removed.] [New York Corrections Department Emergency Services Captain Mike SERRA - says workers try not to damage any remains.] [Iron workers Willie QUINLAN, Dan KOCH - comment.] [Port Authority Detective Tom McHALE - says the work will continue "as long as it takes".]

(New York: Tom Brokaw) The lighting of the Christmas tree at Ground Zero shown.

Brokaw, Tom;
Cha, Virginia

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