Construction at World Trade Center resumes after Hurricane Sandy

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Workers returned to Ground Zero on Monday to continue construction at the World Trade Center site following Hurricane Sandy, the New York Times reported.

The paper also reported that Gov. Andrew Cuomo said more than 95% of the water from the storm has been pumped out.

CNN reported that about 750 workers have resumed work.

The area is approximately 16 acres.

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