Most images of 9/11 depict destruction on a massive scale. But Richard Drew’s quiet picture of one man falling from the towers conveys the tragedy of every life lost that day.
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24 Responses

  1. Gabor Patyi

    I m so so sorry for evryone who died there and to they familly an girfriend and boyfriens i wish that this would not happen

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  2. Martin Hunt

    take your time and look at all the facts be careful as many videos are made to put you off the truth

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  3. gabyu

    The jumpers were on the edge on suffocating. All they just did is to choose to live 10 seconds more. Life is so precious.

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  4. Crocodile Crunch

    It's heart touching to see these citizens watch as people jump off buildings. ;c

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  5. Steve Fowler

    I find him rather self congratulatory, while completely dismissing the "little peoples" concerns…I get the typical haughty, I know better than you feel from him, that many liberal "elites" have….I find it rather disgusting.

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  6. William Gottlieb

    How nice of this guy to reap glory off the suffering of others.

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  7. SwazzStudios

    Don't want to sound rude or heartless, but I hope he died from anxiety before hitting the ground so he didn't have to suffer. 😢

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  8. Alberto Baudino

    solo silenzio!?il più alto!!in cui trovi tutti i sentimenti umani quelli… PIÙ ALTI!!!

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  9. TheNumbaOneMiss

    i hope he passed out on the way down and didn't suffer. it makes me want to cry

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  10. Native Pride

    I lived in West New York, NJ all I remember was my mom recording and people around shocked.

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