Work forges ahead on NYC's September 11 museum

Work has restarted on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum beneath the World Trade Center memorial plaza in New York City after Hurricane Sandy filled the nearly empty museum with 7.5 feet of water last fall. Structural work is almost done on the glass pavilion, and much of the remaining work involves installation of the exhibits. The museum is scheduled to open next spring.

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