Back to normal at Ground Zero, but emotions still raw

Things appear to be back to normal at Ground Zero a little more than a day after news of the death of 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, but emotions are still running raw in those who are visiting the somber memorial where the twin towers once stood.

People rushed quickly through Ground Zero as they made their way to work, and construction crews working to rebuild the World Trade Center were back to work just a day and a half after the world learned of bin Laden's death.

Hundreds of ecstatic revelers had descended on Ground Zero late Sunday night to celebrate the death of the 9/11 mastermind. Even with the possibility of retaliation, some who lost friends and loved ones in the 9/11 attacks say that the killing of bin Laden brings sweet justice for all those who died nearly 10 years ago.Crowds gather at Ground Zero to rejoice, reflectVIDEO: Crowds at Ground Zero, White House react to bin Laden death

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