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But for those looking for answers in what’s left of the World Trade Center rubble, the words on TV are empty promises in a tragedy still unfolding.Survivors struggle with broken lives and jobs lost due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).Frederick, familiar with the complex because of the years he was based there, directed the others.He ran up the steps of Tower One, directing people down the stairs.
They got in a car and made the quick trip over to lower Manhattan.
Staffers at the medical examiner’s office still work to identify remains that turned up as recently as 2013.
Families of 1,113 of the 2,753 who died still have no biological confirmation of death, according to New York’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.“Someone says to you, ‘Tough it up, kid. The person died 15 years ago,’“ says Arnold Korotkin, 71, a Montclair, N.
Others try to let go of anger: their loved ones ended up in a tumble of broken wreckage in a landfill on Staten Island, left to endure rain, snow and wind.
Now the remains sit in a museum, in a private area open only to victims' family members, not far from where curious tourists buy trinkets at a souvenir shop.
J., sociologist and creator of a massive 9/11 listserv.