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Stuck In Traffic Worse than normal traffic for a Tuesday morning rush hour in Washington DC We were getting nowhere fast It was hard to fathom the events we heard unfolding on the radio The events we were hearing on the radio were about what was happening on September 11 2001 It started out as an exciting day for my wife Cheryl and I It was the day we were going to have an amniocentesis done to find out the sex and health of our baby We went about our normal routine of getting the kids up and getting them ready to go to day care We took the kids to the day care center and we took them to their usual classrooms- gave them a hug and a kiss and said goodbye We left and started our commute toward Georgetown University Medical Center Thats where my wifes doctor appointment was at and thats also where my baby was born Heading towards Interstate 395 we ran into traffic Traffic was crawling like the tortoise from the childrens book Tortoise and the Hare The sun was shining bright and it was a nice clear day Traffic was still inching along My wife and I decided to turn the radio to one of our favorite stations 0630 WMAL By this time we had move up the road right past the Glebe Road exit We were listening to the usual broadcast of Tim and Andy In the Morning and just chatting about what the problem could be with the traffic It was past rush hour and traffic was unusually congested for that time of day We had inched out way up to the area of Pentagon City On the radio while we were listening to Tim and Andy In the Morning an ABC broadcaster came on the air and interrupted the broadcast so the listeners could listen to a live interview with an eyewitness
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