9/11 Rescue Dogs Visit Ground Zero
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9/11 rescue dogs visit Ground Zero
Rescue dogs did an incredible job looking for survivors buried in the debris after the 9/11 attacks.
Two such dogs Ana and Dusty are visiting Ground Zero to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the tragic events.
Six hours after two planes crashed into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, firefighters Rick Lee and Rusty Gross, and their rescue dogs Ana and Dusty, were on their way to Ground Zero.
Five years later, standing at the site where they spent sleepless days searching for survivors, the two are still in awe of the tragic loss of life and the heroic feats their canine partners were able to accomplish that human rescue teams couldn't.