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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

In Memory of 9/11 - A look back at 9/11/06 Six Years Later

My reflection on that horrible day six years ago.

September 11, 2007:

I'll never forget that day.

Listening to Mark Hanes on CNBC cover the story in disbelief as the second tower started to smoke and we thought it was bombs inside...

Watching the people jump out of the WTC as it burned down...

Wondering if Lakshman was OK...he was there for a meeting.....

Then learning planes flew into the towers, not bombs. Terrorists piloting bombs with wings.

Then learning the Pentagon was hit by a plane

Then learning a plane went down in a field in Pennsylvania. Such brave people to bring their plane down before the hijackers could finish their deadly mission.

Then seeing the towers collapse..

One of the few times in my life I remember crying as events unfolded....

Is that how my grandparents remembered Pearl Harbor?

I recorded my thoughts as we all watched in horror here.

September 11, 2001 6:13 AM
1. Kirk - World Trade Center
I was watching CNBC showing one tower of the World trade center on fire when the other tower exploded!
Maria B called in and said she saw a 2nd plane fly into the 2nd tower!
As I was watching the futures crashed....

September 11, 2001 6:50 AM
5 Kirk - Pentagon has been hit!
The pentagon is on fire.

7. September 11, 2001 6:53 AM
Kirk - White house being evacuated
Capital building also evacuated.
Don't go near any major landmarks!
Center of US Financial Markets - World Trade Center - Attacked and on fire.
NYC shut down, can't get in or out...
Tunnels closed...
Center of US Military Power attacked.
People being reported dropping out of WTC to avoid the heat!
Jumping to their quicker deaths...
(picture of Trade Center Burning and people jumping to their deaths)
Sad... very, very sad. (picture)

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