9/11 Tragedy Essay

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America 's Greatest Tragedy “9/11”

“Often when we realize how precious those seconds are, it 's too late for them to be captured because the moment has passed. We realize too late ("Quotes About Missing.") .”September 11th 2001 four U.S airlines were hijacked and crashed into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon by the terrorist group al-Qaeda. In my opinion I think that this is of the worst days in history. September 11th 2002 at 8:45 on a Tuesday. The plane Airlines Boeing 767 crashed into the World Trade Center (North Tower) right directly in the middle of the building. Its left hundreds of people dead. The crash also left a couple hundred people trapped on the floors above. Then about another couple of minutes something else …show more content…

At 9:03 United Airlines Flight 175 hits the South Tower of the World Trade Center. At 9:37 American Airline Flight 77 strikes the side of the Pentagon. At 9:59 The South Tower of the World Trade Center collapses in about 10 sec. At 10:03 United Airlines Flight 92 crashed in near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. This is this exact record of the events in 9/11. ("September 11th Fast Facts - CNN.com.") There is really not a clear reason to why 9/11. Lots of people have idea’s. There is an idea that Bush did 9/11. Also people think that al-Qaeda got mad at the United and planned to attack. Which they did plan the attack. No one knows why they specific reason why they did 9/11. The last reason that I’ve i heard is that people compared the names and said Obama and Osama are alike. Which means they planned to attack together. Which doesn 't make much sense. ("You Really Should Know What Happened on 9/11.) In conclusion 9/11 is one of the saddest moments in history. It has devastated this country. We bless all the people who lost family members. No one knows why its is still a big mystery to this

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