ASSE Extends Sympathy for World Trade Center-based Members

The American Society of Safety Engineers extends their concern for the safety of more than 50 members of ASSE known to work in New York City's World Trade Center.

The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) extends their concern for the safety of more than 50 members of ASSE known to work in New York City's World Trade Center in light of Tuesday's deplorable air craft attacks and destruction of the buildings as well as for the thousands of others who were injured or killed in the attack.

"We also extend our deepest sympathy and compassion for the families of the victims in the building, in the planes and on the ground and for those injured in Washington, D.C.," said ASSE.

For more information, contact ASSE's Web site at www.asse.org.

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