Families oppose 9/11 remains at memorial museum

In this Sept. 10, 2011 file photo, Rosemary Cain, center, of Massapequa, N.Y., who lost her son, FDNY firefighter George Cain, while responding to the 9/11 attacks at ground zero, stands with Sally Regenhard, left, who lost her son, FDNY firefighter Christian Regenhard, and FDNY firefighter John Darcy, right, during a wreath laying ceremony to honor of over 6,000 human remains of their loved ones which are housed in a temporary structure at Memorial Park in New York. The group objects to a plan where the city of New York and the administration of the national Sept. 11 memorial and museum plan to put those remains in a room below ground that would share space with the museum. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)

March 4, 2012 6:06:01 PM PST
Families of Sept. 11 victims on Sunday called for congressional hearings to establish federal protocols on how to handle human remains after disasters like the terror acts that took thousands of lives in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.