Pain and memories rise along with new towers at 'ground zero'
Work continues on the National September 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site in New York.
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#1 Sep 4, 2011
I would like to start off with that I am so sorry for every ones loss, I could not know what you have or are going through. I am glad that there is going to be a memorial sight for those that have loss some one, this way you have a place to go to for some grief. In my opinion I don't think that it was all in a terrorists attack, I believe that it had to do with the G's to, we were well told about it before that this would happen. They were warned about it, this should of NEVER happened this way. My love goes out to all of you that have lost family and friends.
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