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9/11/2001 ~ Never Forget!! The Ash, Dust, Debris, and Devastation Left When The North and South Towers Collapsed.

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9/11. never forgotten. 12 years later and i still remember that awful day in 3rd grade.

A model during a photo shoot distracted by first plane hitting the twin towers.

Looking up at the World Trade Centre. Such a majestic building yet haunting at the same time.