Carol Marin’s Retirement, Part 4

More on the retirement of broadcast journalist, Carol Marin. Her work as a correspondent for “60 Minutes” had her in New York City on September 11, 2001. When she saw on the newsroom monitors what was going on downtown that morning, her natural reporter instincts kicked in: She grabbed a CBS producer and they rushed down to the World Trade Center. Just as she approached the area, WTC1 collapsed. Had it not been for the heroics of a New York firefighter, Marin likely would have died that day. Here she is, shortly after the collapse, talking with then CBS News anchor, Dan Rather.
(The producer and the firefighter survived, as well.)