#1923 | Tuesday, September 10th, 2002
I remember it very clearly. My high school marching band was outside on the asphalt practice field. Someone comes outside and tells our director that something terrible has happened. We find out what it was, and immediately pray, over the loud speaker outside.
Jud Beall | 16 | Texas

#1924 | Tuesday, September 10th, 2002
I was at the Marion Co. Family Resourcn ek meeting in Fairmont, WV. All of a sudden folks started getting phone calls and did not return. Soon we found out how quickly life had changed.Started making phone calls to family my one brother was not on the plane that crashed in Pa. Our oldest son who generally flew into New York was in the air at the time of the horror. since then my thoughts and prayers have been with the families of the victims
Cathy Reed | 50 | West Virginia

#1925 | Tuesday, September 10th, 2002
I was getting up to get ready for work, when I turn on the TV, as I always do each morning. I could not believe what I saw! I was in shock. I thought maybe something went horribly wrong with the plane....then I saw the 2nd tower get hit, Right then I knew it wasn't an accident. As was getting ready to head out the door to work....the Pentagon was hit also. I was so scared, I didn't want to leave the house. But I did. That day has changed my life forever.
Christina Camacho | 32 | Texas

#1926 | Tuesday, September 10th, 2002
on the day at the time i was in school. They never told us we were kept from the news until i returned home to switch on the television and see the horrific pictures that occured every so often to show the happens in new york and washington. I hope now that we can remeber the brave people and i hope nothing like this will ever happen again.
Kyle Goodwin | 14 | United Kingdom

#1927 | Tuesday, September 10th, 2002
I was at home with my one year old daughter watching TV. The programme finished and they said there was a newsflash. The newsreader said "a second plane has hit the World Trade Centre", and then they showed the plane flying into it. The hairs on the back of my neck stood on end, and a cold chill went through me - it was obvious it wasn't an accident. It was like the end of the world was coming. I just wanted to pick my five year old daughter up from school and know she was safe.

We were all glued to the TV for the rest of the day in a state of shock. My boyfriend and I couldn't stop crying at the images we saw.

I am so sorry for people who lost a loved one in this attack, please know that we are thinking of you.
Julia | 27 | United Kingdom

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