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On September 11, 2001, two airplanes struck each of the 110-story World Trade Center (WTC) Towers in New York City. Within just hours both towers collapsed claiming many lives and leaving behind the world's largest unplanned demolition site. Nothing approaching the scope of this cleanup had ever been previously called for. Learn how major contractors were immediately mobilized to take part in this monumental clean up effort. Content:
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