The Twin Towers
April 4 1973September 11,2001
The Names
There are nearly 3,000 names
as they appear inscribed in
bronze on the Memorial. Every
name can be located by t...
The Pentagon

A hijacked plane crashed into
the western side of the
Pentagon, killing 189 people
(the five hijackers, 59 ...
The Towers
Watching the towers and debris fall was
horrifying for everyone.
North Tower
Hijackers crash Flight 11 into floors 9399 of the World Trade Center's North
Tower, killing everyone on board...
South Tower

One stairwell in the South
Tower remains passable,
although it is choked with
debris. Eighteen people use
it...
Seen all around

The smoke had been seen
from faraway and near.
The Evacuation
 As first responders arrive and deploy into
the stricken buildings, tenants continue to
evacuate the North...
Remember

They do many things to remember these people
each year including the 21 gun salute.
The Memorial Today
On Wednesday, September 11, 2013
at 7 p.m. outside the Macomb
County Circuit Court building there
will...
Family

The family did many things to remember
their friends and relatives.
The Last Words

 “I don’t know, but I think we’re getting hijacked”
 Flight attendant Betty Ong, American 11
 “I could ...
Continued
 “We have a lot of smoke at the top of the Towers of
the World Trade Center”
WCBS Radio 880 Traffic reporter To...
Citations

 http://www.911memorial.org/
 http://timeline.national911memorial.org/#/Explore/2



http://detroit.cbslocal...
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  1. 1. The Twin Towers April 4 1973September 11,2001
  2. 2. The Names There are nearly 3,000 names as they appear inscribed in bronze on the Memorial. Every name can be located by the panel on which it is inscribed. A panel address is comprised of the letter N or S (N for north pool, S for south pool) followed by a number 1 through 76.
  3. 3. The Pentagon A hijacked plane crashed into the western side of the Pentagon, killing 189 people (the five hijackers, 59 others aboard the plane, and 125 in the building).[
  4. 4. The Towers Watching the towers and debris fall was horrifying for everyone.
  5. 5. North Tower Hijackers crash Flight 11 into floors 9399 of the World Trade Center's North Tower, killing everyone on board and hundreds within the building. Hijacked Flight 11 severed all three North Tower emergency stairwells, making evacuation impossible for those alive on or above the impact floors.
  6. 6. South Tower One stairwell in the South Tower remains passable, although it is choked with debris. Eighteen people use it to evacuate from above the impact zone.
  7. 7. Seen all around The smoke had been seen from faraway and near.
  8. 8. The Evacuation  As first responders arrive and deploy into the stricken buildings, tenants continue to evacuate the North and South Towers.
  9. 9. Remember They do many things to remember these people each year including the 21 gun salute.
  10. 10. The Memorial Today On Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 7 p.m. outside the Macomb County Circuit Court building there will be a memorial service held to remember the 31 Macomb County public safety officers who died in the line of duty. A Freedom Walk will be held at 6:30 p.m. A 21-gun salute is also scheduled to take place.
  11. 11. Family The family did many things to remember their friends and relatives.
  12. 12. The Last Words  “I don’t know, but I think we’re getting hijacked”  Flight attendant Betty Ong, American 11  “I could see the big airline coming strait toward us”  Connie Labetti, Aon, South Tower, 99th floor  “A plane hit the building. We watched it.”  Dianne Defontes, receptionist at law firm Drinkler Biddle and Reath, North Tower, 89th floor
  13. 13. Continued  “We have a lot of smoke at the top of the Towers of the World Trade Center” WCBS Radio 880 Traffic reporter Tom Kaminski reports fire and smoke from gaping hole in North Tower. Courtesy WCBS Radio3.  “Fire trucks are screaming down Seventh Avenue” WCBS 880 Radio Producer Kelley Edwards reports on emergency response and situation at World Trade Center. Courtesy WCBS Radio.
  14. 14. Citations  http://www.911memorial.org/  http://timeline.national911memorial.org/#/Explore/2  http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2013/09/09/events-remembering-911-anniversary-in-metro-detroit/
  15. 15. THE END
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