Tuesday, September 11, 2001...
Today is...

Meet Me In The Stairwell

The 2,993 confirmed victims of September 11th 2001, included innocent victims from 87 countries.

The youngest victim was 2 year old Christie Hanson - The oldest victim was 85 year old Robert Grant Norton.

3,251 children lost a Parent on that day...

All the innocent victims were just...
going to work... at work... traveling to see friends & family... going on vacation... or trying to protect lives & property...

World Trade center     The Pentagon     The Flight 93 crash site


8:45am American Airlines Flight 11
Flying from Boston, Massachusetts to Los Angeles, California, had 81 passengers, nine crew members and two pilots aboard. The Boeing 767 crashed into the North Tower of the WTC.

9:03am: United Airlines Flight 175
Flying from Boston to Los Angeles, contained 56 passengers, 7 crew members and 2 pilots. This plane crashed into the South Tower.

9:43am: American Airlines Flight 77
Flying from Dulles Airport outside Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, had 58 passengers, 4 crew members and 2 pilots, it crashed into the Pentagon.

10:00am: United Airlines Flight 93
Flying from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco, California, crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, about 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. This plane held 37 passengers, 5 crew members and 2 pilots.

New York City: 2,823 Victims
  • 150 Still Missing (not found & no claims)

  • 1102 Identified and Confirmed Dead

  • 1,571 Death Certificates Issued with no remains

  • New York Firefighters - 343
  • 192 Have been found
  • 151 Are Still Missing
    New York Police Officers - 23
  • 14 Have been Found
  • 9 Are Still Missing

    Port Authority Officers Lost - 37
  • 20 Have been Found
  • 17 Are Still Missing

    3 EMT's Have been Found

    Washington, DC - 189 Believed Dead
  • Pentagon - 125 Lost

    Pennsylvania - 44 Died in Plane Crash

    World Trade Center Memorial    Pentagon Memorial






    It is hard to believe that it has been 10+ years already since 9-11-01. On that day America suffered a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center Twin Towers, the Pentagon and on Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania. Seems like it was just yesterday. Our hearts went out to all of the families and friends of the victims, our firefighters and heroes of that terrible day, and still do. Some of us may want to forget what happened that day, but most of us can't forget. Nor should we, in my opinion. I know it definitly opened my eyes to America's vulnerability which I hadn't really thought about until then. It made me realize life is way too short and made me much closer to my family & friends and not to take anything for granted. I hate to admit it, but it's a shame that it takes such a thing to make you stop and think. I know I'm guilty!

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