I was working on a deadline for a client and didn’t have a TV when I first heard the news. However, I was constantly on the internet and the news grew worse – a plane had crashed into one of the Twin Towers, then another. The towers were ablaze. Firefighters were trying to put out the flames. Then, the terrible news that first one, then the other tower had collapsed. And that the Pentagon had been hit, too. Then, the reports from Pennsylvania – that passengers had averted an attack on the White House or Congress.
Rob Kerby is Senior News Editor for Beliefnet.com
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