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Welles Crowther. Boston College grad. A hero of 9/11, he was at his desk working at Sandler O'Neill in the south tower when the plane hit. He was making his way down when he found a group of injured people waiting to take an elevator. He led them to safety via the stairs and then went back upstairs to save even more people.
Firemen gather at a destroyed firehouse next to the fallen World Trade Center towers as they take a break from resuce efforts in New York September 13, 2001. The World Trade Center towers collapsed September 11 after being attacked with hijacked commercial airliners. / This is The Ten House, Engine 10, Ladder 10. They lost 6 firefighters. (Credit: © STR New / Reuters)
September 11, 2001 \ People stacked on each other...trying to breath.
Barbara Olson (December 27, 1955 – September 11, 2001) was a lawyer and conservative American television commentator who worked for CNN, Fox News Channel, and several other outlets. She was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 77 en route to a taping of Bill Maher's television show Politically Incorrect when it was flown into the #Pentagon #Project 2996
It was the most incredible story of 9/11; how 12 firefighters, a police officer and an office worker survived inside the North Tower of the World Trade Center as it collapsed on top of them. In this film the survivors describe hearing the floors above them giving way, one after another. Convinced that they were about to die they shared what they assumed were their last thoughts. They then endured burial under half a million tons of debris but were able to contact the outside world when all hop…
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Photographer Thomas E. Franklin: "I was very concerned about my friends, including my photographer friends, I knew they would have been there, standing under those buildings, taking pictures. In the end, that was the case. I feel fortunate that those really close to me survived. I had one good friend I grew up who made it out with minutes to spare. Putting your emotions aside was very difficult that day, the most challenging thing I’ve ever had to do in my life in my career.”
GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Unforgettable Images Of The 9/11 Attacks