Ground Zero Buildings

A number of buildings in Manhattan sustained structural damage from the collapse of the World Trade Center. Some of those buildings were historic sites. Engineers are working with mountain climbers, who rappel down the buildings to determine the extent of the damage. Jon Kalish reports. (4:50) Check out more NPR News coverage of America Reflects, Six Months After Sept. 11.

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