Ground Zero Fires Burned for 100 Days
Were You in Lower Manhattan Post 9/11?
Did You Inhale?
Photo taken on September 15, 2001. AP Photo/Dan Loh
For the average New Yorker, working, shopping, attending school, volunteering or participating in the clean-up effort of Ground Zero, life in Lower Manhattan went on. Despite the hell.
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September 11, 2001-September 11, 2002: Post 9/11 Toxic Aftermath
Naysayers predicted that New York City would never rise up again.
New Yorkers who stood their ground near Ground Zero, living, breathing, working, praying, against all odds, proved the world wrong.
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The fires of Ground Zero flamed out and died on December 20, 2001.
A Solemn Christmas Mass in Lower Manhattan. People from all over the world, and of all faiths gathered under a relic of a salvaged steel beam cross resurrected from the smoldering rubble.
Ground Zero became a sacred, silent hallowed burial site.
Meanwhile just steps away, Wall Street roared back like a charging bull, securing it’s stronghold as “the financial capital of the world”.
All this was because of those who stayed in the neighborhood.
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September 11, 2018 is your deadline to register or forever miss out.
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A latent 9/11 Illness or injury is often not evident until years after toxic exposure.
Even if you have not yet felt ill, it is wise to register your time of mere presence in lower Manhattan during the 12 months following 9/11 2001 to protect your future rights to a latent illness claim. We have the information to get you started.