My favorite sight unusually destroyed 

Date Submitted: 8/31/2016
Author Info: Jason (Queensbury, NY - USA) 
Occupation: Other 
Lived in NY on 9.11.01?: No 
Knew someone who perished?: No 

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I was at first shocked. When I got back from my errands during my job that morning. A co worker told me this tragedy. As I went on my next errand during my work day, I watched it on tv provided. I at first cannot believe that the towers were lost. I have been there before when I was 10 and 11 years old. It was during my school trip. I have been there twice. My favorite part of wtc was the rooftop observation deck on top of wtc 2 south tower. Good heck of a thing is that I was not there during the tragedy. I live about 150 miles north of NYC in upstate New York. When I got home from work, I watched the tv coverage all day and all night. 

 

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