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Karel on the Street Remembering 9-11 Segment Two

Jan 9, 2014|

WILK's Karel Zubris talks with people in NEPA who share their recollections of the tragic events on 9/11/01.

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Automatically Generated Transcript (may not be 100% accurate)

When you hear the words tonight eleven what's the first thing you think. I think do well I was at the time has only enough. Fourth grade that I remember us having stopped class and a them telling us to determine like the Twin Towers are down and at first hadn't even realized I still need to know what the men or anything like that. That's penis I think of the data tired of plant and remember exactly where you were when 9/11 occurred. I was in my office and home and heard it on the radio -- immediately turned on the television side. To witness and what it just happened. Our maintenance person yeah -- -- -- came in and said hey I think you guys need to leave the meeting go term television. And the commanders had no word -- you need to leave. And he said no sir no sir I think everybody needs to leave and go go watch this go watch what's on television now we might be under attack. Didn't really matter fact -- a car for pick up. When my boss came out and told me that. Something it just happened in New York within minutes two was in the second plane hit the second tower so we knew at that point we are under attack I was waking up to go to school it was my -- and leave my junior year King's College. And let's get up to go to class and a -- called region of Internet and TV. And -- the media another plane gets hijacked you don't know where the destination is. I can't imagine to put myself in the place of anybody was on that plane how or the family members of people who were involved in that. So I do remember I remember well.