Stone memorials chiseled in Vermont delivered to ground zero
Six granite monoliths that were chiseled in Vermont have been delivered to the World Trade Center in New York City.
The granite manufacturing company won the bid over a year ago to chisel the Canadian granite. The stone sculptures honor those who were sickened or died from toxins while cleaning up the site of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Steel salvaged from the original World Trade Center was incorporated into the stone structures which now point to the sky outside the National September 11th Memorial & Museum.