Watching Ground Zero NPR's Margot Adler reports that one day after the first controversial viewing platform opened up at Ground Zero in New York City, thousands of people are braving frigid weather to take a first hand look at the devastation at the former World Trade Center site.
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NPR's Margot Adler reports that one day after the first controversial viewing platform opened up at Ground Zero in New York City, thousands of people are braving frigid weather to take a first hand look at the devastation at the former World Trade Center site.