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Photographer retells capturing harrowing scenes on the day the world changed

Neil Breen
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A photographer who was at ground zero on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks has shared his heartbreaking photos, 20 years on. 

Nathan Edwards is the photographer behind some of the most well-known images that emerged in the aftermath.

He told Neil Breen every 100 metres he walked, he’d stop to capture the scenes (see below).

“As I put my camera up to take another photo, the top of the tower started to buckle.”

Press PLAY Below to hear Nathan Edwards describe the scenes

 

Images: Nathan Edwards 

Neil Breen
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