I grew up in New York.
In NYC, There are delis taller than thirteen stories.
You will not be able to see this building “from” ground zero.
In fact, you can barely see ground zero from ground zero.
And, there were reports of debris, both from the buildings and the planes, as far as 6 miles away.
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Okay, you grew up in New York, I grew up in Fla., just because you grew up in New York, doesn’t mean you know all there is to know about NYC, I don’t know everything about Miami.
I’ve never seen a deli in NYC 13 stories high, I’ve seen deli’s in NYC on the ground floors of many high rise bldg.’s in NYC.
How can you or anybody else here say “You will not be able to see this building from” ground zero”. It’s only 1000’ away “from” Ground Zero”, and if you think a 1000’ is far away, next time you drive down the highway mark the distance between telephone poles, they’re situated approx. 500’ apart, when you past 3 of them you’ve traveled approx. 1000’, and I’ll bet you right now if you get on the roof of 45 Park Pl., you will be able to see a part of “Ground Zero”, Google map it and you tell me.
You state “You can barely see ground zero from ground zero”, this is the most ludicrous and ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard, that’s like saying you can barely see the Alamo from the Alamo, or you can barely see Pearl Harbor from Pearl Harbor, we were attacked on 9/11/2001 and I for one will never forget that as some here in the United States of America have, or as some others try to blame us for that terrorist attack.
Yeah your right debris (dust and dirt) from the Twin Towers crumbling was reported 6 or more miles away.