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Re: 60 hudson may collapse..
From: Steve Noble <snoble () sonn com>
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 19:42:10 -0700

BBN updated their ticket :

Their ticket server seems lagged.. maybe we should all stop
fingering it ;)

***Note #37    09-13-2001 02:22:38 GMT    Author: koneil


  Due to the continued structural degradation of several buildings near the
  site of the World Trade Center tragedy in New York, Genuity has learned that
  additional facilities operated by our telephone company vendors are in danger
  of collapsing or losing power.  Although access to 60 Hudson Street is
  prohibited at this time, contrary to previous reports, we have confirmed that
  this facility is currently structurally stable.  In order to reduce the
  potential risk of degraded services or even intermittent outages to our
  customers' services, we are continuing to develop contingency plans to help
  minimize the impact of these potential issues.
  At this point in time, there is no need to implement these plans, however we
  will continue to update you with additional information as it becomes

On Wed, Sep 12, 2001 at 09:58:26PM -0400, Adam Rothschild wrote:

On Wed, Sep 12, 2001 at 09:37:27PM -0400, Rich Fulton wrote:
we are hearing that 60 hudson has been evacuated and may collapse.

can anyone give confirmation/details?

Sounds a bit extreme.  60 Hudson is kinda north of the buildings that
collapsed or are suffering from structural damage.  I know people who
were there as recently as 6:30pm EST.

All I've been able to find was GENU ticket 1223350 (finger
ticket-1223350 () tickets bbnplanet com).  If this were true, chances are
we'd have heard it from more sources.  Of course, I wouldn't rule out


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