#1713 | Saturday, September 7th 2002
September 11th 2001 Will always bring me pain and sorrow, I watched Live from the united Kingdom I sat open mouthed. I am so soryy for all who was affected by the disaster. My thoughts are with you now as they were all year and always.

God bless You All.

Mr LW Wislon | 26 | United Kingdom

#1682 | Friday, September 6th 2002
I was talking to my mother on the phone at the time of the first impact. She was in Boston having arrived there on an American Airlines flight just the day before, I was calling from my home in London. My father was on a business trip to the Middle East.
I could hear the television in the background and heard the announcement that a plane had flown into one of the Towers. I switched on my televion and for the next 5 hours sat transfixed to BBC News 24 as all the horrors unfolded before my eyes. I'll never forget that day and every September 11th will have my own private minutes silence in constant rememberance to those innocent people who died - I hope they are in a better place. x

Taz Khader | 23 | United Kingdom

#1669 | Thursday, September 5th 2002
On september 11th 2001 I was having lunch with friends. In the UK it was just after 2pm. A friend called and said in a greif stricken voice saying something about America but the reception was bad and I could not understand what he has said. We turned on a radio and it became clear that something devistating had happened. We drove to a friends house who had a tv and watched in horror as the reality of what had happened sank in, I remember the day so well, that day will be with me as long as i live. May God bless us and have mercy on us all.
Pete Joyce | 21 | United Kingdom

#1658 | Wednesday, September 4th 2002
That Tuesday will remain quite vivid for me, I had gone to work as usual but unfortunately mid morning I had an epileptic seizure, I remember being taken through the office in my wheelchair and seeing a crowd of people watching the TV, I recall someone saying that the world trade centre had been attacked,it seemed like just a dream at first but suddenly became very real as I was taken home and saw the devastating news on my TV. I didn't move from the screen for several hours as I tried to take in what had happened all those miles away and I hoped and prayed that they would find as many survivors as possible. Talking to my mom on the phone and she was thanked God that I had not been there....you see I was there the year before standing on top of the World Trade centre, and it's only then that you realise the devasting impact of those twin towers coming down.
God bless America and her children.

Paul | 37 | United Kingdom

#1649 | Tuesday, September 3rd 2002
I was at school in french when a boy got sent out of our class. when he returned he said the empire state building had been crashed into by a plane. i didn't think anything of it but when the bell rang to go home, my nan picked me up, she asked me if i had heard what is going on in the world. she explained on the way home. when i got in i watched in horror what had been going on. i was scared war was going to be declared and felt for eveyone over in America. Iam english but i am 100% behind America and there actions against terrorist - what kind of world is this?
Cara | 15 | United Kingdom

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