Against a wall of the gallery the display case holds an empty
fireman’s boot, mutilated and still coated with dust from that day.
Another case contains the remnants of an air-tank harness; a few yards
away sits the twisted body of a Yamaha motorcycle, warped by the violent
forces unleashed on Sept. 11, 2001.
A visitor to the ground-floor gallery at the Museum of Mobile can’t
really avoid reminders of that horrifying day when terrorists hijacked
two passenger planes and flew them into the twin towers of the World
Trade Center in New York.
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