These photos were taken at Ground Zero, the World Trade
Center site in New York, on September 13, 2001.
They were taken by someone named "Ed" who was allowed into the area
by a member of the emergency response crew, at a time when all civilians -- including most journalists -- were forbidden to
enter the area. As a result, these photos are just about the only close-ups ever taken of the World Trade Center site so soon
after the 9/11 attacks.
of the wreckage looking west.
the wreckage looking east.
of the wreckage looking northwest.
of the wreckage looking north.
from inside the Bankers' Trust lobby.
wreckage of the North Tower.
Overview of the site looking
View of the Bankers' Trust building.
View of the punctured Financial Center.
Another view of the punctured Financial
The center of the site.
Smoke drifting over the wreckage.
More smoke drifting over the wreckage.
A surviving footbridge.
from street level.
Police and troops guarding
Wreckage seen through plate glass.
Cranes beginning to work on the cleanup.
Another street-level scene.
Workers at Ground Zero.
Try to figure out, which
house belongs to which politician and celebrity:
Jr., Al Gore, John Edwards, John Travolta and Oprah
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS WARNED THAT THERE IS NOT ENOUGH
MONEY IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY FUNDS FOR OUR NATION'S BABY-BOOMERS.
NOW THE UNITED STATES SENATE HAS GRANTED SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS
TO ILLEGAL ALIENS.
SO CONGRESS DEVELOPED A PLAN TO CUT DISABLED VETERANS SOCIAL
Detoxification treatment is provided to rescue workers at no cost. To support this humanitarian
effort, the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Fund relies upon grants and individual donations.
Time is not on the side of the rescue workers. Their health problems, persisting years after
their exposures, place tremendous strain on their careers and families. Many are convinced that their lives have been shortened.
You can help bring about more recoveries. All contributions
to the fund are tax-deductible. Please give generously.
Contributions should be sent to:
New York Rescue Workers Detoxification
Fund 139 Fulton St., Suite 515 New York, NY 10038