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    :: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 ::

    Steel for Ground Zero takes a long trip - AP via The Baltimore Sun
    Ironworker Richie Shuler was there.

    Shuler said he returned to the site in October, for the first time since trucks removed over a million tons of rubble from the destroyed towers just after the attacks.

    'I was here two hours after the trade center fell,' Shuler said.

    In the beginning, the return to rebuild the site was 'a little eerie,' he said, 'but it becomes a job.'
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