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New York, New York / World Trade Center / The Portrait Project #655411

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The Portrait Project at Ground Zero at the World Trade Center in New York City featured; scenes shown of the life-size Polaroid pictures of the people involved in the disaster and of firemen and rescue workers being photographed. [Photojournalist Joe McNALLY, "Life"'s "In the Land of the Free" Bob SULLIVAN - explain the aim of the portraits is to show the human side of the tragedy.] [Ladder 20 firefighter Lieutenant David SIMMS, firefighter Kevin SHEA, ironworker Frank SILLECHIA - say we lost our best people in the rescue effort.] [SILLECHIA - mentions steel in the shape of Christ's cross.]

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