Archive: World Trade Centre/Pentagon, Terrorism - The Aftermath 2

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Recovering bodies in the rubble is obviously a delicate process. It takes a specialized team to ensure success. Toronto District Fire Chief Scott Cowden is here to explain the process. Rescue workers are not only under the stress of dealing with the possibility of losing their own lives, they also have to pull burned and injured bodies from the wreckage. How does this affect them emotionally and what is being done to help them? Gerry Smith, a Trauma Response Specialist with Warren Shepell is here to take your calls. Also today, the economics of the disaster. What does the terrorism in New York mean for the world's economy? David Steinhart from the National Post is here to fill us in. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
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