The North Tower Of The World Trade Center

2114 WordsJun 11, 20159 Pages
On September 11, 2001 started off as a regular Tuesday morning, as New Yorkers start their day. Many start their daily routine, whether it is grabbing some breakfast, taking kids to school, or running quick errands before work. With many of them already at work or about to start their shift, a terrible twist of events that no one had foreseen. At exactly 8:45 a.m., the North tower of the World Trade center had been hit by an American Airlines Boeing 767, affecting the eightieth floors up to the top of the building. At first assuming that it was an accident, until a second plane flew straight into the South tower of the World Trade Center, eighteen minutes later. But not only was New York the only affected place by the devastation, Washington, D.C was also struck by a plane at 9:45 a.m., a plane went right into the west side of the pentagon. At that precise moment, it was clear that the United States was under attack (9/11 Attacks). Eventually, we went on to learn that there was a fourth hijacked plane, which its original target is unknown. The passengers took initiative and prevented what could have been a worse incident. On this day nineteen Al Qaeda hijackers had changed the fate of millions, changing history and national security forever. Although these series of events were very tragic and traumatic, it brought such a unity and now security measures are higher than ever. Conspiracy theory is a rumor or belief that skeptical people make up based on events that have
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