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In Depth (Freedom Tower) #759120

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 04, 2004
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Ground-breaking ceremonies in New York City for the Freedom Tower, which will be built where the World Trade Center once stood, featured; scenes shown from Ground Zero of the cornerstone dedicated to those who died on September 11. [Governor George PATAKI - says our way of life stands taller.] Diagrams of the development project shown. [Developer Larry SILVERSTEIN††, "New Yorker" architecture critic Paul GOLDBERGER, Lower Manhattan Development Corp. Kevin RAMPE††, victims' relatives Anthony GARDNER, Julian DAVIS - comment on the plans for the site.] Note: local weather bulletin on screen.

Seigenthaler, John

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