CBS Sunday Morning’s Martha Teichner delivers "Sorrow and Healing Coexist at Ground Zero," a beautiful story on what has transpired during the fifteen years since September 11th. She calls the World Trade Center “a place to look down and weep, but it is also a place to look up and rejoice.” Introduced by Charles Osgood.
Judith Dupre discusses the new towers as part of the healing of the losses suffered at the height. Lee Ielpi, father of lost firefighter Jonathan Ielpi, was part of the Band of Dads, retired firefighters who helped with recovery, Of them all, only his son was found. Greg Carafello, who once worked at the Twin Towers, is the only person to return to One WTC, where he has a printing business on the 85th floor. He says, “It’s an act of pride. Coming back to one of the greatest buildings that I’ve ever been involved with, as far as looking at the way it’s built and the beauty of it, I think it is a salute to what we do in America.”
For more on this story, and photographs from ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER: BIOGRAPHY OF THE BUILDING, visit CBS Sunday Morning, 911 Sorrow and Healing Coexist at Ground Zero