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Medical workers treat host of injured
Doctors and hospitals scrambled yesterday to treat more than 2,000 burned, broken and crushed patients taken from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. Medical officials set up makeshift emergency rooms, appealed for volunteer staff and set up triage centers, including one at a New Jersey waterfront park where hundreds were ferried throughout the day.
By Jonathan Bor and Diana Sugg
September 12, 2001