9/11's Deadly Dust on A&E

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Running Time: 60 Minutes
Closed Captions: Yes

Upcoming Airings:
Thursday, September 06 @ 10pm/9C
Friday, September 07 @ 2am/1C
Saturday, September 08 @ 10pm/9C
Sunday, September 09 @ 2am/1C
Sunday, September 09 @ 4pm/3C

While millions watched the events of 9/11 unfold on television, 40,000 people--rescue workers, carpenters, ironworkers, volunteers--rushed to the scene to do what they could to rescue victims and, in the months that followed, to find the remains of those who had died. Still others worked to clean the buildings in the surrounding area, or provide utilities to the area, and many more just plain lived and worked in the area. Now, many of these people are getting sick, and their illnesses have been linked to the conditions at Ground Zero. This special tells the global story of this human tragedy through the lives of four of these victims as they fight their personal battles. We also speak to scientific and medical experts to explore the issues around the toxins and the circumstances at "the pile", and to those who blame politicians for rushing to say the air was safe long before it was.

Why wasn't this on the front page?

Is this the 2006 documentary narrated by Steve Buscemi called "Dust to Dust: The Health Effects of 9/11"?

Senior 9/11 Bureau Chief, Analyst, Correspondent, Principle Investigator, Forensic 9/11ologist


Secrecy is the beginning of tyranny. — Robert Heinlein