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Video footage from Ground Zero in New York taken by Journal publisher T.H. Lang late Thursday/early Friday, Sept. 14, 2001.

7-Minute Video of Ground Zero

SPECIAL REPORT FROM GROUND ZERO

Publisher T.H. Lang flew to New York twice after the Sept. 11 attacks to drop off relief crews and reporting teams from the Albuquerque Journal. What follows are the stories and photos the teams found at Ground Zero.

New Yorkers Line Up To Show Their Appreciation Full Story
Police officers, firefighters and rescue teams worked around the clock for days, digging through the rubble in their search for survivors at ground zero of the World Trade Center. (September 25)

Childhood Pals Became the Heroes, Victims Full Story
Journal reporter Mike Gallagher is a New York native. He attended Good Shepherd Grammar School and Nazareth High School in Brooklyn, which have several alumni missing or dead in the terrorist attacks. One of the best known is Fire Capt. Timothy Stackpole, who was killed while directing rescue efforts at the World Trade Center. (September 23)

Priest Goes From Mass to Mass Full Story
NEW YORK The Rev. John Denniston said a funeral Mass on Friday morning for a bond trader. (September 23)

Baby Blanket a Grim Reminder Full Story
NEW YORK Rescue worker Rob Verhelst had the look of a young man who had seen more than any 23-year-old should. He says he will always keep the tattered baby blanket he found in the rubble. (September 23)

Ground Zero: Workers Seek Signs of Lost Lives Full Story
NEW YORK Midnight in the belly of the rubble is as bright as day. There is no sleep for the city at the center of a nation's grief. (Includes video taken by Lang at the site) (September 16)

In N.Y. Bank, Everything's In Place But People Full Story
There are lots of bank offices in downtown Manhattan. This one was different. (September 16)

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