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Sept. 11 Panel Hears from Survivors

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Sept. 11 Panel Hears from Survivors

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Sept. 11 Panel Hears from Survivors

Sept. 11 Panel Hears from Survivors

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The federal commission created to investigate the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks holds its first public meeting in New York City. The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States opens with testimony from survivors, and from relatives of those who were killed. Hear WNYC's Beth Fertig.

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