9/11 Memorial Ties

National September 11 Memorial & Museum on Wednesday announced the final arrangement of the nearly 3,000 names

Thursday, May 5, 2011

NEW YORK (AP) — Victor Wald and Harry Ramos did not know each other until Sept. 11, but they died together trying to flee down a stairwell of the World Trade Center.

Their names will be next to each other's on the national memorial at ground zero, one of hundreds of arrangements that emphasize victims' connections, not in alphabetical order.

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum on Wednesday announced the final arrangement of the nearly 3,000 names around the waterfall-filled pools formed in the footprints of where the original World Trade Center towers stood.

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