Friday, September 9, 2011

Photos: 9/11 - What They Found In The Rubble

The New York State Museum’s significant collection of material from the World Trade Center and objects from the international response to the events of September 11, 2001, tell the story of that day and its aftermath.
The World Trade Center: Rescue, Recovery, Response details the history of the World Trade Center, the September 11 attacks, the rescue efforts, the evidence recovery operation at the Fresh Kills facility, and the public response to the September 11th events.
The exhibition includes many objects, images, videos, and interactive stations documenting this tragic chapter in New York and America's history.
While traveling this summer we had a chance to visit the museum in Albany and absorb The World Trade Center: Rescue, Recovery, Response
Below are photos of some of the artifacts contained in the exhibition.
All photos copyright 2011 by Dan Cirucci.
The door from a NYPD car.

Some of the thousands of Teddy bears left at the site.

The fuselage of one of the planes that hit one of the towers.

 The front and side of a fire truck left in the rubble.

Some of the many keys found in the rubble.

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