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Now the rights of freedom we've been following the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site for months.
And we're seeing amazing progress especially at the national 9/11 memorial and museum it only includes steel beams.
From the original World Trade Center but even if they can't get to New York you may still be able to see a piece of the Twin Towers in person.
A forklift operator carefully places and 8500.
Pound piece of the Twin Towers -- -- the back of a truck we're going to be taking this deal down to Brooklyn New Jersey.
I think this traveling probably somber scenes like this happening several times a week at New York's JFK airport.
Teams from towns across America taking home World Trade Center steel -- their own 9/11 memorials bringing -- Are treating it with the same respect they give any other fallen -- People come out here -- Massport fire trucks and and people on motorcycles and escorted sometimes hundreds of miles.
The port authority of new York New Jersey giving away 151000.
Linear feet of steel it's been storing at the airport -- -- since 2001.
The few hundred pieces left already spoken full.
Because the metal is crime scene evidence -- -- request has to be approved by a federal judge.
Make sure this feels going to be opened the public study done a dignified and open manner that people for generations -- -- -- folks stop what they're doing as the rusted metal -- make their way to the final resting places.
I really felt that I need to bring my kids down and CN.
Some -- it.
-- -- Others come to feel closer to loved ones lost that day.
He was on -- 104 floor of the north tower makes me reflect a little -- wonder hitless.
Where my brother was.
The -- going to all fifty states and seven foreign countries some more -- already complete like this -- Colorado.
And this one in Italy.
Most like -- -- new Jersey's will be unveiled on September 11.
It will include a damaged piece of pentagon stone and -- from near the flight 93 crash site in Pennsylvania.
People in crisis.
They'd be invited here.
Bring a lawn chair sit on a bench to sit back and reflect.
So why haven't really bad.
And hopefully they'll change their perspective.
Jonathan Hunt Fox News -- Such a beautiful reminder of just how resilient we are as Americans.
That museum will also include a flag that construction workers recovered from the wreckage of the World Trade Center we told you about it in previous rise of freedom stories.
The flag in shreds when they -- it.
But Americans across this country have been helping to stitch it back together and in some cases patching it up with pieces of flags that survived other disasters.
Today the flag was in Washington DC 9/11.
Relatives and members of congress adding their stitches.
The head of the organization in charge of the project saying the goal is to finish the repair job by this September 11.
Our hope and our prayer.
Is that it not only tells a story about what happened on 9/11.
But it tells the story about what happen on 912.
When Americans came together to help each other recover from disaster that's what the national 9/11 -- -- all abound.
We will have another story about the rise of freedom every week here on The Fox Report and you can watch the entire series on our website.
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