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No closure, but finally at least, life without fear

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Students at New York City’s PS 234 witnessed the attacks on the World Trade Center practically from their desks. Ten years later they’re young adults forging their way in a world where “post-9/11” means something extraordinary to them. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports.