NEW YORK GOVERNOR PATAKI OVERLOOKS GROUND ZERO SITE
New York Gov. George Pataki overlooks the ground zero site of the former World Trade Center from the 13th floor of 7 World Trade Center in New York, May 5, 2004. 7 World Trade was the last building at the World Trade Center to fall as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and is being replaced with a new tower that will bear the same name, rising 52 stories and 750 feet when completed. Governor Pataki announced earlier in the day that work at the World Trade Center site will begin on July 4, 2004, with ground breaking for construction on the Freedom Tower.
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