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Protecting 9/11 Artifacts From Floods


After superstorm Sandy inundated the 9/11 Museum and nearly submerged some of the massive artifacts in an under-construction exhibition space, officials are developing a plan to protect its most fragile and emotionally evocative items-photographs, missing-person posters, wallets, prayer cards and other keepsakes from victims. The Oct. 29 storm flooded the underground museum with more than 7 feet of water, causing small amounts of damage to large artifacts such as firetrucks, an ambulance and World Trade Center steel, including the "Last Column," which bears inscriptions from first responders, recovery workers and family members. More.

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