World Trade Center Aftermath: The Harsh Realities at the Scene

The New York Times Magazine has come out with a special issue on last week’s terrorist attacks. Among the heartfelt articles is the personal story from a doctor who volunteered at the scene. He ended up in the make-shift morgue helping to document those who didn’t survive the WTC attack. Counting is his story. Note: this article may not be suitable for young children.

This is only one of many difficult stories. There are more in the section here, Attack on America. Some have written their stories and some have photographed their stories.

What’s happened is really beyond words, even though we try to express some of it. What’s happened is really beyond photographs, even though we take pictures of some of it.

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