Former World Trade Center Site

Ground Zero Watch: 9 Years Later Remains Still Being Found

Former World Trade Center Site
Former World Trade Center Site

The fragments are smaller than a fingernail, but endless amounts of hope for the families of victims of September 11th still waiting to find identifying remains from their loved ones, nearly 9 years later.

48 instances of human bone have been found during reconstruction. The bone fragments were retrieved from otherwise inaccessible areas of the World Trade Center site.

Scientists at the Freshkills landfill have already started work to cross reference the remains with their DNA database.

About Lizbeth

Elizabeth has been a resident of Battery Park City since 1985, where she and her sister were beneficiaries of the neighborhood's first school bus stop. She loves to travel, but loves even more to come home. The Battery Park Esplanade is her favorite neighborhood fixture, where you'll often find her soaking up the sun, rollerblading, or simply enjoying the view.

1 thought on “Ground Zero Watch: 9 Years Later Remains Still Being Found

  1. Who owns the rights to the image of the sun rising between the two towers used in the article. I would lkie to have a one time use of the image for a remembrance service at my church. can you supply the contact information?
    Thanks ,Tom

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