Where were you on Sept 11 2001?

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  1. I was in my senior year of high school and at first when I saw that the plane had crashed into the first tower, I thought “well that’s weird, why didn’t he just fly around it?!”

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  2. Aww you were little! Of course you can speak what you think or feel here in this blog. Thank you for your comment. 🙂 I think you’re right about people feeling it worldwide. It was and still is an unforgettable day.

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  3. I’m from India . I was in 2nd grade . I vaguely remember my mom and dad watching TV together . They looked tense and my mom was very emotional . It must have been in the evening . I don’t know if this is my place to speak but i’m just saying that people across the globe felt it . Not physically …but emotionally.

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  4. Definitely. It was like a movie almost. I was a sophomore in college when it happened. All of my classes were cancelled that day. I also turned 20 that day. I spent the day glued to the TV. I also called my family to see how they were doing. I got scared because I didn’t know if anything else was going to get attacked. Thank you for your comment 🙂

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  5. I remember like it was yesterday. I was on my way to school in 5th grade and heard about it on the morning news on the radio. I remember my dad telling me to be quiet so he can hear, but I had no idea what was going on. Once in class, I remember my teacher having the TV on all day and we watched the towers fall. Some kids cheered (not me), but I don’t think any of us really understood what was happening…

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