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Background Attack Aftermath Evidence Misinformation Analysis Memorial

Building 7 Rubble

Photo of Building 7 Rubble Pile Within Days of Attack

Building 7 had a trapezoidal horizontal cross-section so that it could fit between the Post Office Building (on the left) and the Verizon building (on the right). It was separated from these buildings by only narrow streets, yet the collapse of the 47-story skyscraper left the Post Office Building virtually unscathed, and punctured only a few holes in the Verizon Building.

This photograph is apparently a cropped version of one of a set once posted on the website of New York City's Office of Emergency Management. The website indicated the photo was from 9/15/01.



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