Searching for Hope
Wednesday, September 12, 2001

The scene outside Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital Center was one of desperation as dozen of family and friends of the victims involved in the World Trade Center attack sought information about their loved ones. New Yorkers brought photographs of the missing to display in hopes of locating them. They also checked the hospital's list to see if, by chance, they had been admitted to the hospital among the wounded. Corporal Mitch Foster of the Greenfield, N.H., police department, who was assisting the people, and many New Yorkers with missing friends and relatives explain the situation as it unfolded late Wednesday afternoon.



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washingtonpost.com video: Travis Fox / washingtonpost.com

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