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On September 11 2001 perhaps one of the biggest terrorist attacks was taken upon the United States A day that started as a routine morning for me ended as a day that I will never forget Schools were dismissed early and watching everyone scramble around made me more confused and frightened I remember thinking to myself that this would be a day that I would never forget as I watched the television and saw a high-jacked airplane crash into the World trade Center and explode It was about eleven in the afternoon when I told myself that I would never forget this day I had hundreds of questions flowing through my mind The news broadcast played it over and over again Each time I wondered how could this be happening Who would be capable of such a cruel and heartless act More so I questioned why It was everywhere airplanes highjacked and crashed in to towers one and two of the World trade Center There was another plane crashed into the Pentagon There was so much happening so much to be consumed by my mind and I felt like my brain was racing It was on every channel on the television it was all over the radio It felt like I was trapped in a movie scene My life has not changed but I do feel different Everything takes its toll on you as a person Coming to school or just going out I couldnt help but wonder if something else would happen or where it would happen next Was my family safe would it happen again I remember being in a state of serious discomfort I suppose it was the knowledge that something like this could happen to the United States There is so much talk of America united we stand and over 2500 people die in terrorist attacks It makes a person wonder how exactly united are we I knew things would be
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