#1825 | Monday, September 9th 2002
I Was At Home , in Porsgrunn Norway, it was a rainy sad and awful day..
11th september is a sad day, that we all should remember and pray for the victims that died that day..

Love and PEACE from a norwegian and thai girl.

E. S . S | 17 | Norway

#1505 | Monday, July 29th 2002
I woke up at about 3pm CET that afternoon, and only a few minutes later the news about a plane crashing into the WTC came on. At first I thought it was an accident, but when the second plane crashed I realized this actually was an attack. My boyfriend picked me up shortly after that, and we went to his house where we continued watching the news all day and night, discussing who might be behind the actions.

Linda K | 23 | Norway

#695 | Tuesday, January 29th 2002
I was just coming home from school, as I got a message from a friend on my phone, saying that something was happening. So I turned on CNN, and watched it unfold in all it's horror..
It seemed like a strange action flic, with no hero.... I live in Norway, so as I have had no "head on" contact with the events I can honestly say that even if I saw it... I will never really realize what happened unless I see it for myself....


Finn Jarle Kvalheim | 20 | Norway

#687 | Monday, January 28th 2002
I was at work, and when the first tower was hit, we all thgout it was a freak accident. As soon as the second tower was hit, we all knew somebody was gonna pay for it. Osama is going down. . .
Christian Ramsvik | 28 | Norway

#663 | Friday, January 25th 2002
My first reaction to what happened on september 11th was that, when I heard that a plane had crashed into Tower1 on the radio, that it was some terrible accident. That a pilot had made a mistake and gone off-course. But when the second plane crashed, the first thing that came to mind was that it was an act of terror. I was at work when it happened. At the time I worked at a gas-station in the capital of Norway, and the television was turned on, and me and my co-worker waited to see what this really was. The TV stayed on continuesly during my shift, and it was really shocking to see what happened to at city I had recently been visiting. I had been to the city prior to the act of terror. It was in all the papers and on the TV the next day, and the next, and the next. The terror attack on New York really scared me, because I thought if this could happen to the country that I live in, and love so much. I even have friends living in The States. They live in Lake George, and I started worrying about them, even though they live outside the city. When something that terrible happen, you start thinking, what if....
What if I had been to New York a month later, what if, what if...
It really scares me. So I support USA in this war on terror. I'm planning to go back to New York later this year. I think it's a great city, and I'd love to go back.

Sincerely
Kristian Norvik, Norway

Kristian Norvik | 22 | Norway

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