As America reflects on the World Trade Center terror attacks of September 11, 2001, social media users are sharing their experience of that doomed day.
#WhereWereYou when the Twin Towers fell?
#WhereWereYou 7th grade, English. Assistant principal came in and told the teacher. After she left, the teacher told us. I didn’t believe it
— mashpotadoughs (@mashpotadoughs) September 11, 2015
In the classroom in the middle school when I heard the news. Till grow up, I do understand what a tragedy it was. #WhereWereYou
— Bryan Yu (@wickedsoul001) September 11, 2015
In a deli getting coffee. They had the TV on. I then went outside, looked downtown and saw the North Tower burning. #WhereWereYou
— Stuart Ginsberg (@stuartginsberg1) September 11, 2015
— Laura P (@LauraPalmerHere) September 11, 2015
I saw it live on the morning news. Ran through my house screaming, then had to face classrooms of teens & try to explain.
— Charisma Molotov (@CharismaMolotov) September 11, 2015
I remember how blue the sky became when the planes stopped flying. The stillness as the wheels and gears stopped turning. #WhereWereYou
— Anthony Rawlings (@arketex) September 11, 2015
I was waking up on the west coast getting ready to go 2 work. Saw the 2nd plane hit the tower. I thought i was in a dream #WhereWereYou
— Dad The Cop (@DadTheCop) September 11, 2015
#WhereWereYou working as a surveyor in the CA oilfields. It was eerie to see tough roughnecks listening to truck radios, some even crying.
— Rusty Shackelford (@rshackelford14) September 11, 2015
#WhereWereYou In the Army preparing to board plane to Egypt on a peaceful mission, plane turned around. got new orders for different mission
— Liberty Auto Sales (@LibertyAutoStar) September 11, 2015