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n September 1945 press tours to the 1.0 Transitional and CSS site started. One of the famous photos of ground zero shows Groves and Oppenheimer su’s Web Accessibility Initiative (rrounded by a small group of reporters as

they examine one of the footings to the 100-foot tower on which the bomb was placed. That picture was taken Sept. 11. The exposed footing is still visible at ground zero. On Sept. 15-17 George Cremeens, a young radio reporter from KRNT in Des Moines, visited the site with soundman Frank Lagouri. They flew over the crater and interviewed Dr. Kenneth Bainbridge, Trinity test

director, and Bush, base camp commander. Back in Iowa, Cremeens created four 15-minute reports on his visit which aired Sept. 24, 26,27 and 29. A 15-minute composite was made and aired on the ABC Radio Network. For his work Cremeens received a local Peabody Award for "Outstanding Reporting and Dr. Kenneth Bainbridge, left, is interviewed Interpretation of the

News." EMRTC At first Trinity Site was by George Cremeens from KRNT radio, Des encircled with a fence and Moines, Iowa. radiation warning signs were posted. The site remained off limits to military and civilian personnel of the proving ground and closed to the public. In 1952 the Atomic Energy Commission let a

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contract to clean up the site. Much of the Trinitite was scr