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911 September 11 2001 started off like any other day I drove to school in my usual morning stupor and went to my first hour Bible as Literature with Dr Lynn Moyers We were working on a project in the library that day September 11 brought nothing out of the ordinary until I reached my second hour Comparative Religion with Mr Fritz there a student by the name of Linda told the class that a plane had crashed into one of the World Trade Centers Towers At that time my class and I did not think much of the situation Mr Fritz a social studies teacher on the other hand did Mr Fritz explained the forty year history of the World Trade Center I dont remember all that he said but I do remember how alarmed I was when he reminded me of the 1993 bombing Quickly Mr Fritz asked a student to get a television At the time we turned the television on it revealed smoke ascending from the north tower CNN displayed other camera angles we began to see exactly how much damage occurred in this accident I say accident because at the time that is all the public suspected What I remember seeing is smoke from the crash of an American Airlines plane almost completely dissolved into the tower At this point I sat in Mr Fritzs class thinking what a dumb accident not fathoming the situation would get worse The class and I continued to watch intensely when out of the corner of the screen a Delta Airliner came into view This jet wrapped itself up and around right into the center of the south tower After that our view of the situation took a complete three-sixty The obvious was that something was definitely out of control I sat in my seat with a horrible sense of discomfort I could not believe what my eyes saw I stayed glued to the
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