Bin Laden's death celebrated at Ground Zero

For the second straight day, people have been flocking to Ground Zero to celebrate Osama bin Laden's death by leaving tributes and flowers.

Undeterred by stepped-up security throughout the city, New Yorkers and visitors alike have been traveling to the site of the World Trade Center to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks, posting newspaper articles about bin Laden's death and letters on a fence surrounding Ground Zero.

Some have seen their initial jubilation of the death tempered by the reflection upon those that who died on Sept. 11 and the soldiers who risked their lives to bring about this end.

Meanwhile, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is urging people to exercise caution, reminding New Yorkers that the city remains a terrorist target.

Obama to mark bin Laden's death in NYC ThursdayCrowds gather at Ground Zero to rejoice, reflect

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