Ceremony at Ground Zero on Second Anniversary of the WTC Attacks
Family members gather around two pools of water representing the twin towers at "Ground Zero." Bells rang across New York and moments of silence were observed to remember the 2,792 people killed at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, when hijacked planes destroyed the 110-story twin towers. Thousands of victims' relatives, some holding flowers and portraits of their loved ones, began arriving early in the morning at the site for the almost four-hour long solemn ceremony.
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