By JIM BROWNLEE and LIZ GRASSEVICHCBS News correspondent: In this photo provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a computer model shows the impact of the 9/11 attacks on the steel framed building at the New York Stock Exchange.
The buildings top floors are visible from above.
(AP Photo/National Institute of Technology, Jim Brownlee and Liz Grandes)WASHINGTON (AP) — The skyscraper above the World Trading Center building, which was blown up in 2001, is now completely intact.
The 9/1/2001 attacks destroyed part of the skyscraper’s exterior, and in the process caused a collapse of the entire building.
It’s still standing, but not for long.
The skyscraper has been turned into a museum, the building is being renovated and its exterior is being restored.
Its currently standing at a museum called “Aerial view of New York City,” located on the 9th floor of the World Financial Center building.
This is the lobby of the museum, located on 9th St. between 5th and 6th Avenues.
It’s open to the public.
The museum includes a number of items related to the 9-11 attacks.
Among them are items from the WorldTradeCenter Building’s history and its aftermath.
It includes photographs, videos, and drawings from the museum.
The building was built in 1968 and is named after the World Bank, which owns the building.
Here are some of the exhibits:There are also several videos on YouTube of a special event at the WorldtradeCenter that took place on 9/6/2001, and the video is here.
In the video, a young man named Michael is talking about the 9 days of destruction.
He talks about the plane hitting the WorldTower and the fires, which caused the towers to collapse.
The video also includes a video of an explosion at the Pentagon on 9-10-01, which killed nearly 500 people and injured nearly 2,000.