Portrait fills last vacancy on Sept. 11 memorial photo wall

NEW YORK (AP) — A portrait has filled the last vacancy on the photo wall at the national Sept. 11 memorial, concluding the almost 16-year project to memorialize the hundreds killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks. Antonio Dorsey Pratt’s portrait was hung on the wall Wednesday. Pratt was an employee of Cantor Fitzgerald Forte Food Service on the 101st floor of the old World Trade Center's north tower. Alice Greenwald is CEO of the memorial and museum. She says Pratt’s photo marked the completion of a process that began by just imagining what the Sept. 11 memorial would become.

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