Irish workers rebuild Trade Center

A 16-acre site the redevelopment of Ground Zero is visibly progressing as the rebirth of Lower Manhattan takes form. Molly Muldoon talks to some Irish workers who are helping shape the future of the New York skyline.
Patrick O’Shea was only 11 when the planes hit the World Trade Center September 11, 2001.
“I was at school and everyone started getting phone calls. My mom came and collected us, we went to a church to say a couple of prayers and waited for my father to come home,” O’Shea says.

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