World Trade Center steel cut for crosses [PHOTO]

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Steel collected from the World Trade Center that has been cut to make memorial crosses sits inside Hangar 17 at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport June 16, 2011. A program managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, The World Trade Center steel program, is selecting portions of the steel recovered from the Center and donating it to cities, towns, firehouses and museums around the U.S. and the world who request it for use in 911 memorial sites in time for the 10 year anniversary of the 2001 attacks. Picture taken June 16, 2011.  

World Trade Center steel cut for crosses inside Hangar 17 at New York's John F Kennedy International Airport

World Trade Center steel cut for crosses inside Hangar 17 at New York's John F Kennedy International Airport Reuters

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