Saturday, November 11, 2006

Relatives Struggle With 9 / 11 Discoveries

Article in the New York Times -- Relatives Struggle With 9 / 11 Discoveries, by the Associated Press:

Mary Jane Waring has waited five years for someone to find her brother so she can bury a small part of what she lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

But since the recent discovery of hundreds more bones in long-buried places at ground zero, she has become afraid of the emotions that could be stirred up.

''If they do find something, it would be very upsetting for everybody,'' said Waring, whose brother, James Waring, died in the top floors of the World Trade Center's north tower.

Some people who never received any remains of their family members are uncertain about what they want to find. Others, who have already buried some remains, face the possibility of another funeral or burial.

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