Robert Clark, photographer "When I look at all the pictures from the coverage of I keep coming back to this one. I think that this is a very powerful image, it seems to tell the whole story of the people who had to run for their lives.
LOOK: The Heart-Wrenching Images Of 9/11 That We'll Never Forget
*FIREFIGHTER KEVIN SHEA~ of Ladder 35 lies semi conscious in debris field w/Firefighter Ritchie Nogan of 113 standing over him. Shea was the only survivor of his unit.He was carried out by Nogan, two EMS workers and photographer Todd Maisel.
The 9/11 rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on
The rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on -- During the chaos of the attacks, where almost people died, nearly 100 loyal search and rescue dogs and their brave owners scoured Ground Zero for survivors.
Anna Dickinson was eight when she survived Titanic, 11 when she lost an aunt on Lusitania, 31 when she lost a cousin on Hindenburg, 37 when she lost a nephew at Pearl Harbor, and 97 when her home was shaken by the collapse on
The first search and rescue dog on the scene of the World Trade Center disaster on September was Bear, an 11 year old Golden Retriever. He began recovery efforts immediately, working 18 hour days in the beginning. REST IN ETERNAL PEACE, PRECIOUS BEAR.