Remains Of Man Who Died In WTC Identified
NEW YORK, Aug. 24 (UPI) — The remains of a man killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, World Trade Center attack were identified just ahead of the 10th anniversary of the attack, officials say.
Medical examiners announced Tuesday that the remains of Ernest James, 40, have been confirmed, the New York Daily News reported.
James, a New York City resident, worked as a risk manager for Marsh & McLennan, a brokerage firm located in the World Trade Center, which was destroyed by jetliners under the control of terrorists.
So far, medical examiners have only identified 1,629 of the 2,753 victims of the terrorist attack, using DNA evidence to make 91 percent of those named.
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