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Still Standing
An emergency medical technician's bag supports an American flag as firefighters, police and volunteers work through another night in lower Manhattan, searching for survivors of Tuesday's terrorist attack in the grim rubble of the World Trade Center. (Journal Photo/Mike Stewart)

Otherworldly Scene

Truncated pieces of the World Trade Center's facade lean over heaps of concrete rubble while searchers work under bright lights in the hope of finding survivors of Tuesday's terrorist attack. A Journal team visited the site Thursday night. (Journal Photo/T.H. Lang)

Precarious Situation

Another view of the World Trade Center's devastated facade as rescue squads work at Ground Zero on Thursday night. (Journal Photo/T.H. Lang)

Rough Work
Mike Holley of Albuquerque, a former Benalillo County firefighter who worked the rescue in Oklahoma City, surveys the scene at Ground Zero in New York City on Friday. He has just found out that there are 14 bodies in the area where he has been working. (Journal Photo/Mike Stewart)

On the Spot
Former Bernalillo County firefighter Mike Holley of Albuquerque, left, talks with Journal staff writer Leslie Linthicum, right, in front of the rubble that was the World Trade Center in New York City. (Journal Photo/T.H. Lang)

Little Relief
Dust-caked New York City police officers pause at an emergency supply center for a drink of water as they search for survivors in the wreckage of the World Trade Center. A makeshift morgue lies nearby. (Journal Photo/Mike Stewart)

Clean Up and Chaos
The scene as the Albuquerque Journal team approaches Ground Zero. (Journal Photo/T.H. Lang)

Dual Purpose
A small piece of heavy equipment doubles as a relief cart amid the ruins of the World Trade Center towers. (Journal Photo/T.H. Lang)