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ORLANDO -- Hours after events unfolded in New York City and Washington, D.C., many remained numb with shock.
Business ground to a halt.
Given that trauma, getting people back to work -- in high-rise office buildings, at high-risk locations such as Kennedy Space Center -- won't simply be a matter of re-opening the doors for business as usual.
Orlando Business Journal spoke with two trauma experts: Dr. Carol North, professor of psychiatry at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, who studied the survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing and the U.S. Embassy in Kenya, as well as of plane crashes, earthquakes and floods; and Robert Butterworth, a Los Angeles trauma …