Listen: NYC subway station at site of 9/11 attack reopens after nearly 2 decades
"Just a few days the nation will be marking the seventeen th anniversary of eleventh attacks and here in New York subway station that was destroyed on that day. When the twin towers fell came crashing down on the Cortlandt street. Subway, stop on the number one line after all these years reopened yesterday, here's erupted as the first train rolled into the new World Trade Center court Lund's station at noon on Saturday. The old Cortlandt street station was buried under the rubble of the twin towers on September eleventh two thousand one construction of the new station was delayed until the rebuilding of the surrounding towers was underway. The news station cost one hundred and eighty one million dollars and features a mosaic. That uses the words from the declaration of"