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But one important difference stands out: the Empire State Building did not collapse. This fact raised a question that haunted engineers and architects: If a building constructed in the 1930s could withstand an airplane slamming into it, why did the ultramodern World Trade Center not survive? ) ,M[QOV NWZ +WUUMZKM In September 1962 Minoru Yamasaki, a Japanese American architect, was hired to design a group of buildings in New York called the World Trade Center. It was a huge project estimated to cost $280 million, a staggering figure in the early 1960s.
The difficulty was in how to make a positive identification without exemplars from the terrorists’ relatives to match with the recovered fragments. It was not likely that anyone having a connection with the hijackers would come forward and reveal such an association. ”43 This attitude reflected the belief of many Muslims that America itself had masterminded the 9/11 attacks to provide a justification for eventually invading Iraq. Without cooperation from the relatives of the hijackers, it seemed that the identification of their remains would be impossible.
On a typical weekday some forty thousand to fifty thousand people came to work in the Twin Towers. Thousands more visited the buildings to attend business meetings, have lunch, or marvel at the view of Manhattan from the observation deck on the 107th floor of the south tower. It was fortunate that the attacks came before the population of the towers had reached its peak. Still, there was a considerable number of people at the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, and no one knew exactly how many.