NYTimes.com:<br>We have heard and read so much a/b the hundreds of firefighters, police and rescue workers who died in the WTC. Now there is a chilling and compelling look into the last moments of the thousands of civilians who perished that day. It's put together from a collection of emails, voicemails, and phone calls provided by families of victims, and from first-hand accound from survivors.<br><br>It's long, and in parts very hard to read. But I highly recommend this amazing bit of insight. Again NYTimes.com.<br><br>
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Thanks for the tip. I spent a quiet morning reading it & reflecting. I was going to send this cartoon anyway but your post was very timely.<br><br>Not to take away from the Military ones, either.<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>
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