New York City officials have agreed to pay up to $657.5m (£437m) to thousands of rescue and clean-up workers at the Ground Zero site of the 9/11 attacks.click hereAt least 95% of the plaintiffs must approve the deal for it to take effect. The BBC's Adam Brookes, in Washington, says the agreement means that the long-running legal battle spawned by the 9/11 attacks may now be drawing to a close.
'with the legal bill so far running to more than $200m'...raised more than a wry smile, every cloud has a silver lining.G
was working in an office at the top of a building a few hundred yards from the twin towers on the day of the collapse, and she says they were still cleaning the offices two weeks later - the dust was unbelievable.
how the blazes is the city of New York responsible for that dust being there
The city is not responsible for the dust being there- but a lot of people feel it's responsible for the fact that thousands of people were expected to work in horrific conditions to clean up the mess.
I see a market for dust free bricks!
The towers were built mainly from concrete and steel - the dust came from the concrete and other materials used in construction.
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