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Posted: 12/30/2001 9:19:48 AM EDT
The rectangular, fenced-in structure at Fulton and Church streets in lower Manhattan, about a block from where the twin towers stood, can hold 400 people. [url]http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/20011230/ts/attacks_platforms.html[/url]
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 9:59:09 AM EDT
In case anybody doesnt know it yet, theres nothing left to see. 80% of the debris is gone, there is nothing left above ground. The only thing left to clear is what was underground. It has been completely cleaned up and sanitized. All people are going to see if a flat piece of earth....
Link Posted: 12/31/2001 1:19:10 PM EDT
Well, isnt this an interesting development. I see no reason for such a structure. That ground is sacred ground. It is the burial site for almost 400 heros. I see no need to let the public gawk at the site... Just my not so humble opinion.
Link Posted: 1/2/2002 5:02:36 AM EDT
Was there the night before the platform opened, Hunduh is correct - not much to see. It is still an incredible sight to stand there and not see the buildings however, but you didn't need a platform for that.
Link Posted: 1/2/2002 6:52:32 AM EDT
Hunduh is right, that place has been sanitized. Most of the twisted metal and rubble is gone. Unless you were actually there right after the attacks, what you'll be seeing is a flat burial ground for Heros and innocent victims. [usa]
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