A decade after 9/11, safer in NYC?

Updated: 2011-09-09 21:10

By Huang Junliang & Liu Yuhan (

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Ten years ago, when the World Trade Centers were attacked, officials closed areas below 14th Street in Manhattan where debris from the towers' collapse coated everything in gray.

Now, a decade since 9/11, everything seems to have returned to normal. But do people feel safer working, living and traveling here?

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