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Photojournalist and filmmaker Andrea Booher was one of only two photographers allowed unlimited 24-hour access to Ground Zero in the days after the September 11th attacks. The two-hour A&E special Portraits from Ground Zero features the subjects of Booher’s harrowing photographs including a firefighter searching for the body of his lifelong friend; a teenage girl mourning her stepfather; a Franciscan friar ministering to the dead; and the future FDNY Chief of Department worrying about a potential building collapse. Booher uses the battered green notebook she carried at the Trade Center to track down the people in nearly a dozen of her most powerful pictures, and gets them to tell, for the first time, the riveting personal stories behind the photographs.

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Photojournalist and filmmaker Andrea Booher was one of only two photographers allowed unlimited 24-hour access to Ground Zero in the days after the September 11th attacks. The two-hour A&E special Portraits from Ground Zero features the subjects of Booher’s harrowing photographs including a firefighter searching for the body of his lifelong friend; a teenage girl mourning her stepfather; a Franciscan friar ministering to the dead; and the future FDNY Chief of Department worrying about a potential building collapse. Booher uses the battered green notebook she carried at the Trade Center to track down the people in nearly a dozen of her most powerful pictures, and gets them to tell, for the first time, the riveting personal stories behind the photographs.

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