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I was getting ready for work. I had a favorite radio station that I listen too, and the female DJ started to cry and asked us to turn on CNN and keep the families of those in the towers in our prayers. I was engaged to Joe at the time, and my heart sank when I saw that...Knowing that he was in the military made me even more scared for him, and I could hardly think that whole day. The traffic was aweful that day, the downtown Calgary office towers were offlimits because they wanted all airplanes to be accounted for. And until that afternoon when the last one landed, those office buildings were offlimits. Usually it only takes me like 20 minutes to drive to work, that day it took me almost an hour and a half.
i was a senior in High School, my school was a few block away form the Williamsburg bridge that views the Manhattan sky line . we couldn't feel when the planes hit but we could here the Jets over our heads and the smoke in the air. My sister came to pick me up cause they weren't letting us out unless someone came or until 3pm. My brother was coming home from leave he was in the Navy at the time. we was flying in to see us, we didn't hear anything form him until very late that night. he was in Washington safe and sound. 9/11 is a day we will never forget no matter what.