Two more victims of the September 11 attacks have been identified in New York, bringing the number of identified victims to 1,647. This is according to a September 7 release from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York City.
“The office <...> today announced two more identified victims of the 2001 World Trade Center disaster,” the document said.
One of the victims is Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead. At the request of the family of the second identified victim, the office is not naming him.
Both victims of the attacks have been identified through DNA analysis of their remains.
At the same time, 1,106 of the dead remain unidentified.
Earlier, on September, 3rd, CNN channel referring to the joint document of FBI, Department of Homeland Security and the National counter-terrorist center of the USA, informed about the agencies’ concern that foreign terrorist organizations would recruit new supporters on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the 11th September. The agencies do not yet have information about specific threats.
On August 6, NBC News reported with reference to the statement of 1.8 thousand Americans who became victims of the tragedy, that the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 spoke out against the participation of President Joe Biden in the commemorative events until he declassified government documents on the circumstances of the tragedy.