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Debris removal at Ground Zero continues 24 hours a day.
Debris removal at Ground Zero continues 24 hours a day.
Workers clear debris from the World Trade Center wreckage using front loaders and cranes.
Workers clear debris from the World Trade Center wreckage using front loaders and cranes.
Workers in a crane bucket assessing the damage at the World Trade Center.
Workers in a crane bucket assessing the damage at the World Trade Center.
Facade/workers at the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Facade/workers at the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers suspended from a crane work to cut through the remaining steel structure left standing at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Workers suspended from a crane work to cut through the remaining steel structure left standing at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to clear twisted metal from the pile of rubble at the World Trade Center. The clean up operation is expected to take months.
Workers use cranes to clear twisted metal from the pile of rubble at the World Trade Center. The clean up operation is expected to take months.
Workers at the World Trade Center use a blowtorch to cut through the rubble in the ongoing clean up effort following the terrorist attack.
Workers at the World Trade Center use a blowtorch to cut through the rubble in the ongoing clean up effort following the terrorist attack.
The clean-up operation continues all through the week and weekend, with thousands of tons having been removed already.
The clean-up operation continues all through the week and weekend, with thousands of tons having been removed already.
Workers suspended from a crane work to cut through the remaining steel structure left standing at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Workers suspended from a crane work to cut through the remaining steel structure left standing at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Clean up of the wreckage at the World Trade Center continues.
Clean up of the wreckage at the World Trade Center continues.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers clear debris from the World Trade Center wreckage using front loaders and cranes.
Workers clear debris from the World Trade Center wreckage using front loaders and cranes.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Veterans Affairs at the Staten Island landfill where the debris from the World Trade Center is being brought.
Veterans Affairs at the Staten Island landfill where the debris from the World Trade Center is being brought.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Workers use a crane to clear debris from buildings surrounding the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Vehicles/Debris Removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Vehicles/Debris Removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Debris removal from Ground Zero to the Staten Island landfill continues as a 24 hours a day operation.
Workers loading debris at the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers loading debris at the site of the World Trade Center.
Rebuilding infrastructure at the site of the World Trade Center.
Rebuilding infrastructure at the site of the World Trade Center.
NY, October 16, 2001 -- Debris from Ground Zero arrives by barge at the landfill on Staten Island. Approximately 10 tons of debris is being processed daily for evidence related to the attack.
NY, October 16, 2001 -- Debris from Ground Zero arrives by barge at the landfill on Staten Island. Approximately 10 tons of debris is being processed daily for evidence related to the attack.
Over one million tons of rubble is yet to be cleared from the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Over one million tons of rubble is yet to be cleared from the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Personnel at Ground Zero tie back and reinforce the exposed slurry wall. The structure, which runs the perimeter of the crater, is monitored around the clock for movement and is holding up well.
Personnel at Ground Zero tie back and reinforce the exposed slurry wall. The structure, which runs the perimeter of the crater, is monitored around the clock for movement and is holding up well.
Jack Herbert and Ryan Bentley, of the Logistics team, pack up a portion of the DFO.
Jack Herbert and Ryan Bentley, of the Logistics team, pack up a portion of the DFO.
Jack Herbert and Ryan Bentley, of the Logistics team, pack up a portion of the DFO.
Jack Herbert and Ryan Bentley, of the Logistics team, pack up a portion of the DFO.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
Even after months of clean up at the site of the World Trade Center there is still lots of clean up to be done.
Even after months of clean up at the site of the World Trade Center there is still lots of clean up to be done.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
This portion of Ground Zero of the World Trade Center is used as a sorting area to sort out the thousands of tons of debris still left.
A Bailey bridge-turned-ramp descends into the Ground Zero crater, enabling personnel, machinery and materials to enter and leave the work area.
A Bailey bridge-turned-ramp descends into the Ground Zero crater, enabling personnel, machinery and materials to enter and leave the work area.
A Bailey bridge-turned-ramp descends into the Ground Zero crater, enabling personnel, machinery and materials to enter and leave the work area.
A Bailey bridge-turned-ramp descends into the Ground Zero crater, enabling personnel, machinery and materials to enter and leave the work area.
The view looking down into the pit of the World Trade Center site from the ARCO bridge, which is used to allow heavy machinery to access the pit.
The view looking down into the pit of the World Trade Center site from the ARCO bridge, which is used to allow heavy machinery to access the pit.
The view looking down into the pit of the World Trade Center site from the ARCO bridge, which is used to allow heavy machinery to access the pit.
The view looking down into the pit of the World Trade Center site from the ARCO bridge, which is used to allow heavy machinery to access the pit.
Personnel at Ground Zero tie back and reinforce the exposed slurry wall. The structure, which runs the perimeter of the crater, is monitored around the clock for movement and is holding up well.
Personnel at Ground Zero tie back and reinforce the exposed slurry wall. The structure, which runs the perimeter of the crater, is monitored around the clock for movement and is holding up well.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
The clean up operation at the World Trade Center continues. Over one million tons of rubble need to be cleared from lower Manhattan following the terrorist attack.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
The World Trade Center was completely destroyed by the terrorist attacks on September 11. The clean up operation is expected to take months.
The World Trade Center was completely destroyed by the terrorist attacks on September 11. The clean up operation is expected to take months.
Rescue workers positioned on the debris pile guide a crane operator at the World Trade Center site.
Rescue workers positioned on the debris pile guide a crane operator at the World Trade Center site.
Rescue workers make their way out of the site after working to clear debris.
Rescue workers make their way out of the site after working to clear debris.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Workers use cranes to haul tons of rubble from the site of the World Trade Center.
Teams of rescue workers using heavy machinery to clear the site of debris, continue to work around the clock.
Teams of rescue workers using heavy machinery to clear the site of debris, continue to work around the clock.
Bucket brigades work day and night to clear the thousands of tons of debris that were once the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Bucket brigades work day and night to clear the thousands of tons of debris that were once the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Bucket brigades work day and night to clear the thousands of tons of debris that were once the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Bucket brigades work day and night to clear the thousands of tons of debris that were once the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
The clean up at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center would not be possible without the heavy machinery necessary to remove tons of debris and rubble.
The clean up at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center would not be possible without the heavy machinery necessary to remove tons of debris and rubble.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
Members of Colorado Task Force-1 clear debris from the site of the collapsed World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
Members of Colorado Task Force-1 clear debris from the site of the collapsed World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
Members of Colorado Task Force One discuss strategies for clean up at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
Members of Colorado Task Force One discuss strategies for clean up at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
In the still hazy air from the smoldering embers of the collapsed World Trade Center, a forklift grabs at the piles of rubble and debris.
In the still hazy air from the smoldering embers of the collapsed World Trade Center, a forklift grabs at the piles of rubble and debris.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
Workers are using cranes and heavy machinery to clear rubble from the site at the World Trade Center.
Clean up and rescue operations are underway at the World Trade Center.
Clean up and rescue operations are underway at the World Trade Center.
A worker at the site of the World Trade Center bombing welds through steel to clear rubble in the ongoing clean up effort.
A worker at the site of the World Trade Center bombing welds through steel to clear rubble in the ongoing clean up effort.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Rescue crews work to clear debris from the site of the World Trade Center.
Towering cranes, one of many pieces of equipment used by rescue teams to remove the rubble of collapsed buildings, compete with the skyscrapers in lower Manhattan where the World Trade Center once stood.
Towering cranes, one of many pieces of equipment used by rescue teams to remove the rubble of collapsed buildings, compete with the skyscrapers in lower Manhattan where the World Trade Center once stood.

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