#2169 | Wednesday, September 11th 2002
I think that it was dreadful to hear about the planes and the two towers. Just imagine that was you knowing or not knowing you are about to die after or before your holiday or even at work it sounds so awful.It just goes to show how some people are just so self sentered and monters. I mean how would you be able to kill hundred of people and not be able to feel sorry or have any sympathy for any other.Just imagine how others must feel. All my hopes and wishes are with the families and friends of these victims. Also good look to them in the future and to stick by your friends and family.I feel deeply sorry for those people younger or my age and even older not to have a mum or dad i don't know how they feel but i couldn't even imagine.
Carlie-Louise Wardil | 13 | United Kingdom

#2164 | Wednesday, September 11th 2002
I remember. I was in my best friends car getting a lift home from school. I was in year 7 then. I didn't see the event- I am in England. But I remember her Dad turning on the radio and hearing the breaking news. I just stopped talking when I heard 'World Trade Center' and 'Collapsed'. It was all I needed to know to make me cry, apart from that more than 3,000 people were killed. THEN I cried. I couldn't imagine what type of evil person would do that.
The car was silent. I went home and put on the TV. It was on every channel. I switched channels. It was on there.
All I could do for the next few weeks was watch the news. I was amazed at how brave the rescue workers were. I felt like I was there. It didn't seem real before I saw ground zero on the news. Then I felt... empty.
All I say now is it was an awful tragedy. I saw the firefighters on the news. I saw bodies on the news. I want to say thankyou to everyone who helped. you have helped America. You have helped everyone. You helped me, and my best friend, and everyone who I know. Thankyou. God bless.

Rachael B | 12 | United Kingdom

#2147 | Wednesday, September 11th 2002
I had just driven to my mum's house. She was watching Sky News and all i could see was smoke. I was listening to the "breaking news" when I saw the 2nd plane fly into the tower.

I just didn't know what to say. I still don't. Part of me doesn't want to believe it and I don't think that it will sink in for a long time yet.

We observed the silence today and I nearly cried (at my desk at work!).

Goodnight to all the victims and prayers for their families.

K Kelly | 22 | United Kingdom

#2141 | Wednesday, September 11th 2002
I was at college, it was only my second day. I first heard about the attacks on the radio on the bus whilst going home. I didn't believe it at first but when i got home i asked my mum what had happened and she turned over the TV. I honestly couldn't believe it. I still don't think that it has fully sunk in to this day.
Lisa Johnson | 17 | United Kingdom

#2111 | Wednesday, September 11th 2002
i was in college when this happened but i did not know about it until i got home several hours later when my dad told me about it. He then showed me it on the television.Icouldn't believe my eyes and continued to watch it threw out the whole night, it will stick with me for the rest of my life. I was so distraught by it i felt for the people in New York. God Blessxx
leighanne tippins | 17 | United Kingdom

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