Hijacked plane, moments before striking the south tower of the World Trade Center in 2001.

Hijacked plane, moments before striking the south tower of the World Trade Center in 2001.

Driven to the brink by fires and scorching temperatures during the 9/11 attacks, people near the top of the World Trade Center's north tower hang from windows as high as 1,300 feet above the streets of New York City. Such images were extremely controversial ten years ago but have since become more accepted—if no less disturbing.

9/11: 'Jumpers' from the World Trade Center still provoke impassioned debate

Driven to the brink by fires and scorching temperatures during the 9/11 attacks, people near the top of the World Trade Center's north tower hang from windows as high as 1,300 feet above the streets of New York City. Such images were extremely controversial ten years ago but have since become more accepted—if no less disturbing.

South Tower tilts & falls on 9-11-01. The South tower was the second tower hit but the first to fall.

South Tower tilts & falls on 9-11-01. The South tower was the second tower hit but the first to fall.

These World Trade Center columns were cut at a 45 degree angle by carefully placed explosives in a controlled demolition. Foreign terrorists could not have accomplished this.

These World Trade Center columns were cut at a 45 degree angle by carefully placed explosives in a controlled demolition. Foreign terrorists could not have accomplished this.

Aerial pictures, never seen before, of the September 11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center - Telegraph

Aerial pictures, never seen before, of the September 11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center

Aerial pictures, never seen before, of the September 11 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center - Telegraph

Surrealistisch.... die spiegeling van de omgeving in de gebouwen van het nieuwe…

Surrealistisch.... die spiegeling van de omgeving in de gebouwen van het nieuwe…

Truck bomb detonated under the north tower of the World Trade Center: February 26, 1993

Truck bomb detonated under the north tower of the World Trade Center: February 26, 1993

Ted S. Warren / Reuters Rescue workers continue their efforts Sept. 24, 2001, at the site of the World Trade Center attack.

Aftermath of Sept. 11 attacks

Ted S. Warren / Reuters Rescue workers continue their efforts Sept. 24, 2001, at the site of the World Trade Center attack.

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