'Not much worry' in US town post-9/11
Gabriel Elizondo visits a diner in Buffalo, Oklahoma, to ask how the attacks affected people there.
Last Modified: 08 Sep 2011 01:12

Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo has been travelling across the United States to determine how the 9/11 attacks have affected the lives of average Americans.

In part four of his series, Elizondo drove from Santa Fe, New Mexico to Buffalo, Oklahoma, where he stopped at a local diner to gauge opinion.

In the town of 1,299 people, one resident says there is not much to worry about, a decade after the attacks.

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