On November 11, 2001 in Nyack, N.Y. a tragedy struck that affected thousands of people. On an ordinary Tuesday, Elise Walton was on her way to work in the World Trade Center, in the south tower, on the 104th floor. She shared a desk with a man named Welles Crowther, and she had only known him for a few months because she was new to this job. She had already known from the minute she met him that he was going to be her hero. Elise had a strange feeling since she woke up that something bad was going to happen at work. Then she arrived at work, passed through the lobby and entered the elevator. It felt like an eternity before she finally reached the 104th floor. Welles greeted her at their desk, as usual in his kind, caring voice. “ Hello Elise, how are you this morning?” “ I am doing pretty good, except ever since I woke up I have had a strange feeling that something bad is going to happen today.” “I hope nothing does happen…” Was Welles’s reassuring reply. At 9:03 a.m. Elise happened to look out the window right as a plane was headed straight for the building! The next thing she knew, there was a ear ripping crash. Everyone was thrown across the room, as if they were ragdolls. There was fire on mostly the upper floors of the building, when Elise tried to look out the window, all she could see was black smoke. Part of the ceiling above …show more content…
He picked her up and gathered others to follow his voice. He led them to a staircase where he walked them down 15 flights of stairs, then he said I’m going back up to help others. Elise was gently passed on to another man who could carry her the rest of the way down. About 2 minutes after Elise and the rest of the group emerged from the south tower, and fled to safety, the south building collapsed. From that moment on , everyone knew that Welles, an amazing hero, was dead. Welles was many people’s hero, although he couldn 't save
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In the featured article “Through the fragments of 9/11” written by Megan Boehnke, describes how Amy Mundorff became New York’s first Forensic Anthropologist. However, the story she tells about her journey is not how typically one would think. Mundorff was personally affected by the 9/11 tragedy that happened in New York 2001. It was her job to identify the remains that were left behind. Amy Mundorff is a mother, a wife, and most importantly New York's first forensic anthropologist.
I survived the Attacks of September 11 2001 by Lauren Tarshis, was published July 12, 2012 by the publisher Scholastic inc. . This book has 117 pages and its genre is Realistic Fiction. Lucas is a 11 year old boy that was into sport after an unwanted event with his father. The passion for the sport brought Lucas to be trapped in the trifling event of 9/11 Lucas Calley is a 11 year old boy whose dad is a part of the FDNY and has a very good friend named Benny but Lucas called him uncle Benny. Lucas dad got badly injured when he tried to stop a warehouse fire that left him burned and in the hospital for burn for 2 months.
Eleven P.M Monday. There were thirty-four men standing around the hole in the basement, the muffled shrieks from Hall and Warwick shuttered through the men’s ears. None of them could began to understand the truth behind the walls filled with rat shit. “Somebody should go down there and check on them, they Wick and Hall have been done there for nearly half an hour,” Brochu whimpered. “Not me, I got a family men,” Wisconsky said sternly.
A bounty hunter named Kisa was running away from two hired goons who had chased her down to a hidden night club. She had managed to dodge them and vanish into a shadowy alleyway, but as she was escaping out of the alley the clattering of a metal gate gave her position away. So she quickly darted for cover and just as she was about to get out of their line of sight she was tagged by three sleeping darts. Kisa tried to get farther away to hide better, but she passed out before she could.
“You’re cheating!” Parker childishly exclaimed before throwing the controller across the room. “You’re just pissed because you keep losing….to me.” I laughed, as I grabbed a handful of Pringles from his plastic bowl. We had been playing FIFA for the past three hours and I beat him at every single round.
It’s been a rough week for me and my family like just last night my dad's store was robbed we don't know who did it but my parents are freaking out mom mostly. Her job doesn't pay much so we relied on my dad's store to make the rest of the money and know that it's been robbed it doesn't seem all that hopeful. Then I get a call, it's my best friend Tom.
The moon sets comfortably high in the night sky, illuminating the woods below. The sound of dogs barking incessantly as they creep closer to the petite girl who hides behind a tree trying to catch her breath. “We have to find her,” demands a man waving his flashlight onward, “we cannot lose her, get a move on!” The men all reply obediently, holding their guns with attached flashlights and the dogs standing like soldiers at their sides. One single signal sets everything off, the dogs pounce like they’ve already catched their prey.
On September 11, 2001, tragedy struck the city of New York. On that fateful day, two airplanes were hijacked by terrorists and flew straight into the twin towers. Each tower fell completely to the ground, taking thousands of lives with it and injuring thousands more. Not only did that day leave thousands of families without their loved ones, it also left an entire city and an entire country to deal with the aftermath of the destruction. Poet, Nancy Mercado, worries that one day people will forget that heartbreaking day.
It was the day of September 11, 2001 and I was ready for work at the fire station. My alarm is always set for 5:00 a.m. every morning. I start work at about 5:30 a.m. and start off by putting on my gear. I knew that this didn’t feel right, I knew something bad was going to happen. When I got to work it was all normal just like a normal day.
On September 11, 2001 tragedy struck in the United States. Terrorists attacked the twin towers in New York City as well as the pentagon located in Washington D.C. With a total of four aircraft hijacked, terrorists managed to fly two of these planes into the World Trade Center. Working in a normal atmosphere, New York became a city of chaos and fear after the first building was hit by the plane. Throughout the short story, “The Ashen Guy: Lower Broadway, September 11, 2001”
Once they got to the top that when the south tower fell and throug his men to the ground and they all said what happen. When the saw the south tower collapse Jay Jona Said that if the south tower went down that the north tower was going down. Then when the got to the 26th floor
All of the sudden, Rye was once again alone with three dead bodies, she understood some of the man’s urges of jealousy to kill everybody else, she discovers two young children who is capable of speaking and took them under her care. Octavia Butler’s Speech sounds were inspired by a losing a close friend to a disease, and have to go through trouble on the bus she took to see her friend reflected on a society that has never grown up. 2) Analysis First, the mood of the story is depressing and hopeless.