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Families Pay Respects to Victims of '93 Attack

As they have done every year for the last decade, the families and friends of the six people who died in 1993 in the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center gathered yesterday to remember their loved ones. Some now live far away, but, united in grief, they returned for the 10th time to Lower Manhattan. This year, they were shuttled by bus with a police escort from a breakfast to a memorial Mass at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, and then to ground zero for a moment of silence at 12:18 p.m., the time the bomb exploded on Feb. 26, 1993. Full Story

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