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At school. At work. In the towers. People tell the stories of where they were on 9/11. #WhereWereYou.

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It’s so incredibly sobering to read the stories of where people were on September 11, 2001, using #WhereWereYou. We remember the 2,977, not just yesterday, but everyday. #NeverForget.

#WhereWereYou I was stood in the enquires office @npnorthtyneside with the rest of the team watching it unfold, thinking how the world would respond. Sadly like the twin towers, this building is no longer standing..

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I remember walking home from school in the UK with my mum aged 8, Mums friend said when you get home put on the tv as something terrible has happened I remember getting home from school and seeing this on every single news channel 😭😭😭😭😭😭 #WhereWereYou #WorldTradeCenter.

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Trying to protect my kids and watching my co-workers run for their lives, several jumped to keep from burning. The next day, our daughter, who was grappling with autism, finally spoke. #WhereWereYou.

18 years ago today I was on a flight to Houston. The pilot came on the speakers and said” Folks, I have some very bad news” Told us what happened and landed quickly in Louisville. I grabbed a rental car and drove home. Wont ever forget. #WhereWereYou #remember911.

At school. At work. In the towers. People tell the stories of where they were on 9/11. #WhereWereYou.

That night I had email after email of people writing in with their stories, with family members mailing fliers of their missing loved I’ll never forget those names & faces. It’s why the reading of the names is so important to me - we never should. 4/4 #WhereWereYou.

The TV mirroring what we could see from our window, the newsroom was controlled chaos, while person after person came to our office to watch the skyline in shell-shocked silence. That afternoon we posted our co-worker Tom Franklin’s iconic photo. 3/4 #WhereWereYou.

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#WhereWereYou On 9/11 I was scheduled for a late shift at the NJ paper I worked for when I got a call that “some kind of plane” hit the WTC. Turning on TV, a second plane hit & it became clear that it was much, much worse. 1/4.

#WhereWereYou 18 years ago today, our story changed. #September11th is a moment written in the stories of the nation that shaped the lives our nation and will shape future generations to come. Watch below as General Nakasone reflects on how 9/11 affected him, and the agency..

1) If you guys remember it rained like crazy the night before. I was on the last flight out from New York to LA. We sat on the tarmac in the pouring rain for so long that someone asked if any of us could get off the plane and go back to the #WhereWereYou.

I was clerking for a federal judge in St. Louis, and we had to evacuate the courthouse. #WhereWereYou.

#WhereWereYou at Cannon House Office Building #September11 when a plane crashed into World Trade Center. Watched on TV thinking it was an accident until 2nd plane banked its wings. After evacuation, Members incl Nancy Pelosi insisted on a show of unity and return to the Capitol..

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#WhereWereYou #September11th CHMS-Mr. Larkins Science class. I returned from the restroom to the TV being on. I was very confused. I didnt understand why someone would crash a plane into a building. I grew up a lot that week. Prayers for the families who lost so much that day..

#WhereWereYou: at exactly 8:44 am #September11 I was starting my workday at the Capitol. Going over the news and schedule on a beautiful and clear Tuesday morning. The last moments of calm and clarity before the anguish and anxiety was etched on the American psyche..

#WhereWereYou 💔🇺🇸 September 11 Memory Working in my office when a coworker rushed in and told me to come to the conference room where everyone was crowded in silence around the tv..

People remember learning of 9/11 tragedies with #WhereWereYou | Read more:.

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On the 18th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, people remember learning of 9/11 tragedies with #WhereWereYou:.

The PC in my office had a video capture card with cable TV. The internet wasn’t what it is now, so that was the only way to get real-time updates. The entire day/week, there was a crowd around my desk watching CNN as everything happened. #WhereWereYou #NeverForget.

#WhereWereYou : On the morning of September 11, 2001 I was a 20 year old SMU sophomore taking a shower and listening to the radio (yep, kids, plain ole FM, it was a….

#WhereWereYou Heading into my third grade classroom. A friend heard it on the radio and told us before our Principal came on the intercom to announce it. All of the TVs were on in every classroom for the rest of the day..

: Sitting in the Royal Oak Starbucks when someone came in and said a plane had hit the World Trade Center. #WhereWereYou.

I laid in bed nursing my 5 week old that the world she would grow up in would be a very different world than the one I grew up in. Typing this even now I can feel the fear I felt back then. #WhereWereYou.

I was an elementary school librarian trying maintain a sense of normalcy to not frighten the students. They had no idea. #WhereWereYou.

Freshman year at Michigan State, my suitemate’s 20th birthday. Just returned from my first calc exam. Turned on the TV at 9:00 to watch a bit before my 10:20 chem class, just in time to watch second plane fly in. Was completely confused. I still get chills. #WhereWereYou.

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