- i was in 7th grade in history our school didnt tell us what was happening all the teachers were called out and told about what happen and were told not to turn on the t.vs then right when we got on the bus the bus driver told us what happen..when i got home my mom was waiting for us, at home with the tv on.. she was very upset and scared i will never forget it.Answer Question
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We usually didn't watch morning TV. One of my sons went somewhere in the car and heard something on the radio and turned around and came home. He said, "I think it is the beginning of WW III Mom." I will never forget that. We saw the second jet hit in real time.
One of the saddest stories I remember was that of a service dog. One of the shore authorities left his dog where he thought the dog would be safe and told the dog to stay. The dog was killed. They showed pictures of the dog and stories about all the good things he had done. The officer/handler was uninjured and was so upset. In disasters the stories of the animals always stay with me.
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