WCBS 880's 50th Anniversary Takes A Look Back

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — This week’s Back Stories take us to 1993 — before the September 11th attacks when there was a bombing of the World Trade Center.

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Listen back to the people who lived and worked through the day, including:

From The Vault: World Trade Center Bombing In 1993 

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Irene Cornell, who was on the scene on February 26th and in the courtroom for the trial of Ramzi Yousef. 

Michael Kahn, who was working the 6 a.m. shift on the editor’s desk when calls started coming in from people downtown claiming they’d heard an explosion, including his own father. 

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You can also hear audio of reporters from that day and listen to a man whose life was saved because of a few inches.