(KRT8) KRT US NEWS STORY SLUGGED: ATTACKS-WTC KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY RED HUBER/ORLANDO SENTINEL (September 13) NEW YORK, NY-- Rescue workers climb a mountain of debris on Thursday, September 13, 2001 in New York City. The rubble is all that remains of the twin towers of the World Trade Center that were attacked by terrorists on Tuesday. (OR) AP BL NC KD 2001 (Horiz) (lde) (Additional photos available on KRT Direct, KRT/NewsCom or upon request)
(KRT8) KRT US NEWS STORY SLUGGED: ATTACKS-WTC KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY RED HUBER/ORLANDO SENTINEL (September 13) NEW YORK, NY-- Rescue workers climb a mountain of debris on Thursday, September 13, 2001 in New York City. The rubble is all that remains of the twin towers of the World Trade Center that were attacked by terrorists on Tuesday. (OR) AP BL NC KD 2001 (Horiz) (lde) (Additional photos available on KRT Direct, KRT/NewsCom or upon request) Red Huber / Orlando Sentinel / MCT
(KRT8) KRT US NEWS STORY SLUGGED: ATTACKS-WTC KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY RED HUBER/ORLANDO SENTINEL (September 13) NEW YORK, NY-- Rescue workers climb a mountain of debris on Thursday, September 13, 2001 in New York City. The rubble is all that remains of the twin towers of the World Trade Center that were attacked by terrorists on Tuesday. (OR) AP BL NC KD 2001 (Horiz) (lde) (Additional photos available on KRT Direct, KRT/NewsCom or upon request) Red Huber / Orlando Sentinel / MCT

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