All the victims of 911
Date of birth: 11-09-2001
Date of death: 11-09-2001
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This page is dedicated to the victims of 9/11. Honor their lives by leaving your memories here. We will never forget.

This page is dedicated to the victims of 9/11. Honor their lives by leaving your memories here. We will never forget.

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    1 year, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    Still see some flags fly half mast.
    A constant and vivid reminder.
    RIP...

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  • 1 year, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

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  • 1 year, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    11 years have already past since that terrible day... We still remember you, and we will never forget...

    Rest In Peace.

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  • 2 years, 6 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    dear earth,

    murdering was not why human was created.though it happened.i hold myself partly responsible for the attacks.i am part of life on earth.

    to all victims i cry........till i dy and when i dy...

    xnj noteboom apeldoorn burgersveld 727 holland

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  • 2 years, 6 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    dear earth,

    murdering was not why human was created.though it happened.i hold myself partly responsible for the attacks.i am part of life on earth.

    to all victims i cry........till i dy and when i dy...

    xnj noteboom apeldoorn burgersveld 727 holland

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  • 2 years, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    My husband and I were both Limo Drivers. I worked the late shift. I was sound asleep, when the phone kept persistantly ringing off the hook. I grabbed the phone with the intention of yelling at the person on the other end for waking me. Before I got the chance, My husband obviously very upset about something told me to hurry and turn on the TV, Something horrible was happening, and all he knew was that everyone was being told to evacute Logan Airport immeadiately. (He had just dropped off a passenger) I tuned in just before Flight 175 hit the 2nd tower! I suddenly felt an emotion I had never experienced before! I felt fear like I had never known! I grew up in New York, watched the towers being built, and spent time there with my Aunt at work. It took my husband 3 hrs to get home that day. When he finally arrived, we spent the remainder of the day holding eaching other, crying,and watching the events unfold, and like everyone that horrible day sought answers as to why and how this could happen, thankful that we still had each other, and that our children were safe, yet tremendous sadness for those who were lost. We through our job, were aquainted with some of the passengers on both flights. Now, 10 years later, every image I see, brings back the same sadness and fear I felt that day. My heart goes out to all those who lost their lives that day, and to the loved ones they left behind. We will never forget!

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  • 2 years, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    À l'approche de la date fatidique, meilleurs voeux aux familles éprouvées lors de ces malheureux événements ...

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  • 2 years, 11 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

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    created memory in All the victims of 911

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  • 2 years, 12 months
    created memory in All the victims of 911
    created memory in All the victims of 911

    It has been a decade since one of the most tragic events in American history
    So many of us back, nothing we could do, as we watched in horror the events of that one unforgettable day
    One deranged man, took it upon himself, to make sure death and destruction, the whole world would see
    The plan, he inniuated, he did this awful act with no thought and without delay.

    Almost three thousand were lost that day, these innocent souls never knew the way they would serve
    They gave the ultimate, some dying so fast, they never realized, they gave their lives, but not in vain
    As all this was going on we just couldn't believe someone would have this kind of nerve
    The pain and anguish that was felt, tears would fall, just like an unending rain.

    When the tragedy occurred, it made us realize, just how vulnerable, we really were
    Yes at the time we were weak, but their deaths, they just made us more determined and strong
    Those that would serve, from this insane man, they could not deter
    What happened that day was insane an very wrong.

    Imprinted on history and time are the feelings and the emotions of those who served
    The anguish, the anticipation of death, and the holes left in the hearts of loved ones
    Those that served, from the duty fate handed them, they did not serve
    Their deaths on the shoulders of us all it weighed a ton.

    Those who served, gave their lives, by no choice of their own
    But their deaths, made us more aware, aware of the evils that in this world exist
    From this terrible tragedy in 2001, we have only got stronger and grown
    Making us realize radicals and those that want to hurt us truly exist.

    Those who served, their grave would become known as ground zero
    And now on the grave site, we now have the Tower of Freedom
    A way to honor those who served, they will forever be our heroes
    So forever we will honor those who served and paid such a tremendous sum.

    Lanaia Lee

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