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Testament: Anonymous reflections on Sept. 11

"If anything good can come from this tragedy, it would be the knowledge that the spirit of these brave men will be with us for eternity." Photo Doug Kanter

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Testament: Anonymous reflections on Sept. 11

"I can still smell the Trade Center sometimes--in my car, in clothes that I wasn't wearing down there. I go to my closet and put three or four jackets on before it finally doesn't smell like the World Trade Center." Photo Willie Cirone

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Testament: Anonymous reflections on Sept. 11

From left to right: Steve Zahkeim and Al Kim, both of MetroCare Ambulance, and an unidentified police officer initiate care for firefighter Kevin Shea. Firefighter Richard Nogan points toward Albany Street as an exit route. Shea's neck was fractured in three places. Photo New York Daily News

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A lone firefighter moves through piles of debris at the site of the World Trade Center in New York, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. Two Planes crashed into the upper floors of the World Trade Center towers minutes apart Tuesday morning, collapsing both 110-story buildings. (AP Photo/Graham Morrison)

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Testament: Anonymous reflections on Sept. 11

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After the collapse of the World Trade Center towers, an FDNY engine transports an extra complement of firefighters to Ground Zero. Photo Willie Cirone

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An EMT helps Elaine Duch, who was burned in the World Trade Center after terrorist attacks in Manhattan, NY. 9/11/2001 Photo Jennifer S. Altman An EMT helps Elaine Duch, who was burned in the World Trade Center after terrorist attacks in Manhattan, NY. 9/11/2001 Photo by Jennifer S. Altman

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Firefighters head toward the World Trade Center site after both towers had fallen September 11, 2001. Photo Doug Kanter Firefighters head towards the World Trade Center site after both towers had fallen September 11, 2001. Photo by Doug Kanter Firefighters head towards the World Trade Center site after both towers had fallen September 11, 2001. Photo by Doug Kanter