Officials were setting up early in the morning ahead of Thursday's dedication of a new 9/11 memorial honoring the hundreds of thousands who are sick or have died due to breathing in toxins from Ground Zero after the 2001 terrorist attack. Construction for the 9/11 Memorial Glade started late last year. The memorial forms a pathway that's 8 feet wide and 14 feet long, with six large stones, specifically designed to look bruised but not broken, symbolizing strength and the human spirit. More.
New 9/11 Memorial Glade opens Thursday; honors those sickened by Ground Zero toxins