20 years since 9/11: The same steel that trapped a man for 13 hours now shown to children

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “20 years since 9/11: The same steel that trapped a man for 13 hours now shown to children” – below is their description.

For the survivors, the 9/11 attacks did see miracles happen including for an individual rescued from the Twin Towers rubble after 13 hours.

Sky’s Martha Kelner spoke to Will Jimeno who showed some of the steel he shows to children born since the attack to show the consequences.

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