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A part of a Boeing 767 was found wedged between two buildings in Lower Manhattan last week. The landing gear is believed to be from one of the planes that crashed into the Twin Towers on 9/11.

Al Santora, father of a firefighter killed on 9/11, says he's always hopeful that more pieces or even remains from victims may one day be found.

"I had mixed emotions. Over 1,100 people have not been identified," added Santora.

Chief Jim Riches, father of a fallen firefighter, says he's outraged.

"It's a shame. We want a full comprehensive search of Lower Manhattan."

Browne said that surveyors hired by the property owners of 51 Park Place, where an Islamic cultural center is planned, found the debris when they were checking out the back of the building.

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