9/11 anniversary on "60 Minutes"

Broadcast will devote entire hour to anniversary of 9/11; including interviews with responders still coping 10 years later

On the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, "60 Minutes" will devote its entire hour to new stories touching on the worst act of terror on American soil. The 9/11 program will be broadcast on "60 Minutes" Sunday, September 11 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network.

Part of the hour will be "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley's report on an oral history of the World Trade Center attack and its aftermath told by 9/11 responders and others who spent grueling shifts at Ground Zero doing and seeing things that they will never forget.

Dr. Benjamin Luft of Stony Brook University began the interviews soon after 9/11 with firefighters, police, civilian workers and volunteers as a way to treat them for the post traumatic stress their experiences caused. The emotional, sometimes chilling interviews have become "Remembering 9/11 - An Oral History of Responders to the WTC Attack."

Some of those interviews are part of a book from Dr. Luft called "We're Not Leaving," to be published on September 11, 2011. Pelley speaks with some of those responders for the segment.