Bill Biggart was the only journalist casualty in the 9/11 tragedy of the collapse of the World Trade Center. He became a photographer very early in life. On that day he was carrying three cameras one of them digital, he had just bought. Unknowingly he covered the last big event on films. Bill was very bold ,when the first plane hit the World Trade Center he said good by to is family pick up his cameras and walked the twenty blocks to the building on fire unlike any other photographer he got too close, he was killed when the second tower collapsed.
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