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Disasters. 9/11 Facts about 9/11: Facts about 9/11: Price tag of $700 million to clear and repair the Pentagon Price tag of $700 million to clear and

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Disasters Slide 2 9/11 Facts about 9/11: Facts about 9/11: Price tag of $700 million to clear and repair the Pentagon Price tag of $700 million to clear and repair the Pentagon 91 baseball games were postponed in the six days Major League Baseball suspended play- longest postponement, excluding work stoppages for regular season games since WWII 91 baseball games were postponed in the six days Major League Baseball suspended play- longest postponement, excluding work stoppages for regular season games since WWII Slide 3 15 million square feet of office space was lost at the WTC, more than 3x the amount of space at the Sears Tower in Chicago 15 million square feet of office space was lost at the WTC, more than 3x the amount of space at the Sears Tower in Chicago 4,600 Pentagon workers had to be relocated temporarily 4,600 Pentagon workers had to be relocated temporarily 1337 vehicles were crushed when towers collapsed 1337 vehicles were crushed when towers collapsed Slide 4 91 FDNY vehicles crushed (more than half of the fire vehicles in Louisville) 91 FDNY vehicles crushed (more than half of the fire vehicles in Louisville) 1.5 million working hours during 261 days were spent removing debris at the WTC site 1.5 million working hours during 261 days were spent removing debris at the WTC site Slide 5 FBI assigned more than 2500 of its 11,500 agents to anti-terrorism operations FBI assigned more than 2500 of its 11,500 agents to anti-terrorism operations Half of Washingtons 25,000 hotel workers lost their jobs in September 2001- half of those were eventually rehired Half of Washingtons 25,000 hotel workers lost their jobs in September 2001- half of those were eventually rehired Slide 6 Kejo- a police and military equipment seller, sold more than 1000 gas masks in September- up from the usual 100 a year Kejo- a police and military equipment seller, sold more than 1000 gas masks in September- up from the usual 100 a year The Salvation Army served 3,231,681 meals at the WTC site from Sept 11 to May 30 The Salvation Army served 3,231,681 meals at the WTC site from Sept 11 to May 30 Slide 7 70% of Americans say they have experienced depression since the attacks 70% of Americans say they have experienced depression since the attacks New York State Office of Mental Health estimates more than 33,000 showed symptoms of PTSD New York State Office of Mental Health estimates more than 33,000 showed symptoms of PTSD Slide 8 422,000 of New Yorkers suffering from PSTD as a result of 9/11 422,000 of New Yorkers suffering from PSTD as a result of 9/11 Slide 9 Monthly revenue for airport limos a month after Sept 11 fell from $666 million to $333 million nationally Monthly revenue for airport limos a month after Sept 11 fell from $666 million to $333 million nationally Average daily take of the Afghan Grill in Edison, NJ dropped from $1300 to $100 a month after the attacks Average daily take of the Afghan Grill in Edison, NJ dropped from $1300 to $100 a month after the attacks Slide 10 $900 million raised by end of 2002 from Dept of Transportations $2.50 passenger ticket fee to help pay for aviation security $900 million raised by end of 2002 from Dept of Transportations $2.50 passenger ticket fee to help pay for aviation security Emmys postponed twice- Sept 16, and Oct 7 (when US began airstrikes in Afghanistan) Emmys postponed twice- Sept 16, and Oct 7 (when US began airstrikes in Afghanistan) Slide 11 October of 2001- 55,000 jobs were lost nationwide at eateries- nationally, restaurant sales declined $6 billion in Sept 2001 October of 2001- 55,000 jobs were lost nationwide at eateries- nationally, restaurant sales declined $6 billion in Sept 2001 Airline industry lost $5 billion from Sept 11 to Sept 30 and requested $24 billion in aid from federal govt Airline industry lost $5 billion from Sept 11 to Sept 30 and requested $24 billion in aid from federal govt Slide 12 Because of tighter restrictions- drugs seized along border fell by 80% in two weeks after terrorist attacks Because of tighter restrictions- drugs seized along border fell by 80% in two weeks after terrorist attacks Donations of $1.88 billion related to Sept 11 accounted for nearly 1% of all charitable giving in 2001 Donations of $1.88 billion related to Sept 11 accounted for nearly 1% of all charitable giving in 2001 Slide 13 Hotel occupancy dropped to 52.3% Sept 16-Sept 22 down from 25.9% from 2000 Hotel occupancy dropped to 52.3% Sept 16-Sept 22 down from 25.9% from 2000 268 marriage licenses issued in Hawaii Sept 11 to Sept 18, down from 732 licenses issued the same week in 2000 268 marriage licenses issued in Hawaii Sept 11 to Sept 18, down from 732 licenses issued the same week in 2000 Slide 14 The Tribute in Light- illuminated New York skyline nightly from March 11 through April 13- used $10,000 of electricity The Tribute in Light- illuminated New York skyline nightly from March 11 through April 13- used $10,000 of electricity TSA needs 67,000 employees to screen airline passengers and luggage (up from 23,600 from beginning of Sept) TSA needs 67,000 employees to screen airline passengers and luggage (up from 23,600 from beginning of Sept) Slide 15 New York Citys Verizon- 230 million calls a day the week after Sept 11- normal call volume was half of that New York Citys Verizon- 230 million calls a day the week after Sept 11- normal call volume was half of that New York Stock Exchange- reopened Sept 17- half of financial district was without electricity and had to use generators New York Stock Exchange- reopened Sept 17- half of financial district was without electricity and had to use generators Slide 16 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tested air at Ground Zero 1,174 times from Sept 18 to Oct 4 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tested air at Ground Zero 1,174 times from Sept 18 to Oct 4 21 office buildings in Lower Manhattan (same number of buildings in Southtown section of Kansas City) were affected by attacks 21 office buildings in Lower Manhattan (same number of buildings in Southtown section of Kansas City) were affected by attacks Slide 17 By end of 2003- New York City had a loss of 57,000 jobs due to the attack By end of 2003- New York City had a loss of 57,000 jobs due to the attack More than 700 businesses in the WTC complex (2x as many in Mall of America) either were destroyed or severely damaged- 22,000 people in Lower Man. Had requested job loss benefits 30 days after Sept 11 More than 700 businesses in the WTC complex (2x as many in Mall of America) either were destroyed or severely damaged- 22,000 people in Lower Man. Had requested job loss benefits 30 days after Sept 11 Slide 18 Broadway- made $9.6 million for the week ending Sept 9, 2001, for the week ending Sept 16, earned $3.5 million, and attendance dropped from over 100,000 to 65,155 Broadway- made $9.6 million for the week ending Sept 9, 2001, for the week ending Sept 16, earned $3.5 million, and attendance dropped from over 100,000 to 65,155 Slide 19 Number of people who lost a spouse or partner in attacks- 1,609 Number of people who lost a spouse or partner in attacks- 1,609 Estimated number of children who lost a parent- 3,051 Estimated number of children who lost a parent- 3,051 % of Americans who knew someone hurt or killed in attacks- 20% % of Americans who knew someone hurt or killed in attacks- 20% Slide 20 Number killed in attacks- 2,819 Number killed in attacks- 2,819 Firefighters and paramedics killed- 343 Firefighters and paramedics killed- 343 NYPD officers- 23 NYPD officers- 23 Port Authority police officers- 37 Port Authority police officers- 37 Slide 21 FDNY retirements Jan to July 2001 was 274 FDNY retirements Jan to July 2001 was 274 FDNY retirements Jan to July 2002- 661 FDNY retirements Jan to July 2002- 661 Firefighters on leave for respiratory problems Jan 2002- 300 Firefighters on leave for respiratory problems Jan 2002- 300 Slide 22 Dow Jones industrial average when NYSE reopened 6 days after attack dropped 684.81 Dow Jones industrial average when NYSE reopened 6 days after attack dropped 684.81 Slide 23 Economics loss in New York in month following attacks- $105 billion Economics loss in New York in month following attacks- $105 billion Estimated cost of clean up- $600 million Estimated cost of clean up- $600 million FEMA money spent on the emergency- $970 million FEMA money spent on the emergency- $970 million Amount donated to 9/11 charities- $1.4 billion Amount donated to 9/11 charities- $1.4 billion Slide 24 Amount of insurance paid worldwide related to 9/11 was $40.2 billion Amount of insurance paid worldwide related to 9/11 was $40.2 billion Amount of money need to overhaul lower-Manhattan subways- $7.5 billion Amount of money need to overhaul lower-Manhattan subways- $7.5 billion Apartments in lower Manhattan eligible for asbestos cleanup- 30,000 Apartments in lower Manhattan eligible for asbestos cleanup- 30,000 Only 4,110 of those have requested cleanup and testing Only 4,110 of those have requested cleanup and testing Slide 25 It had cost $1.1 billion in 1970s dollars to build WTC It had cost $1.1 billion in 1970s dollars to build WTC Slide 26 Immediately after 9/11- destruction of physical assets was estimated to be around $14 billion for private businesses Immediately after 9/11- destruction of physical assets was estimated to be around $14 billion for private businesses $1.5 billion for state and local govt enterprises, and $0.7 billion for federal enterprises $1.5 billion for state and local govt enterprises, and $0.7 billion for federal enterprises Slide 27 Rescue, clean up, and related costs- at least $11 billion Rescue, clean up, and related costs- at least $11 billion Total direct cost was around $27.2 billion Total direct cost was around $27.2 billion Slide 28 Impact was on insurance, airlines, tourism and other industries associated with travel, shipping, and defense/sec