A Tragic Day in History

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  1. iSayCr4pAlot

    iSayCr4pAlot Administrator Staff Member Server Owner

    On, September 11th, 2001, a time of tragedy and chaos has occurred.

    The day was a new day. A day without fear of the iconic event that the world we live in today knows. A day filled with people across New York, the United States, the entire world would not expect. A day of tragedy and chaos.

    It started on 8:45 AM, when out of no where, an American Airplane (Boeing 767, Flight 11) has flown directly into the World Trade Center, targeting The Twin Towers, causing mass havoc across the area, instantly killing hundreds of people, and trapping a plethora of other individuals inside the structure.

    At the time of this incident, terror swarmed across the land, with many citizens wondering whether this was an accident or not.

    It was only 8 minutes later, another plane attack has taken place. A second airplane, (Boeing 767, Flight 175) was seen in the air, then causing an impact of yet another fatal blow on Twin Towers at 9:03 AM. Debris was everywhere. Fire was everywhere. Smoke was everywhere. People stuck in the tower were everywhere. People jumping off the the tower to their very own deaths were everywhere.

    Moments later, yet another airplane has caused further destruction. At 9:37, a third airplane (Boeing 757, Flight 77) has flown into The Pentagon, causing further chaos, killing even more people.

    When despair seemed as if it has reached its limit, a final American Airplane, (Boeing 757, Flight 93) has crashed into an open field in Western Pennsylvania, at 10:03 AM. With a very faint light dimming into a dismal abyss, fortune has shined upon us, and the crash killed no one outside of United 93, but rather the individuals of the airplane itself.

    All four of these airplane crashes were the result of hijackers, from the terrorist group known as Al-Qaeda. On this day of history, "our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts."

    People, from ordinary citizens, businessmen, business women, passengers, family members, and many more have been victims of this day.

    We want to remember everyone of this day. We want to remember everyone from the attacks of September 11th. We want to remember from the Tragic Day In History

    We want to remember the victims. The ones who innocently lost their lives due to the actions of terrorism. We want to remember the families, who have lost their loved ones due to this event.

    We want to remember the rescuers, who risked, or even sacrificed their lives in the sake of others. We want to remember The Man in the Red Bandana, Welles Crowther, for saving many individuals at the cost of his own life. We want to remember, all of our firefighters trying to save the lives of our people, through the deadly smoke and flames. We want to remember the heroic men of United 93, who was able to stop the hijackers from being successful, saving many others. We want to remember all the forces that helped rescue others.

    We want to remember, this day of history.

    Ever since this event, our nation has only grown stronger, and will always grow stronger,

    "A great people has been moved to defend a great nation. Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve. America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity in the world. And no one will keep that light from shining. "

    - George W. Bush.

    Stay strong, America!
    God bless!


    Last edited: Sep 11, 2017
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  2. ElderDragon

    ElderDragon Member Helper

    Well said @iSayCr4pAlot and may all the children and parents affected by this be remembered in our hearts on this day.
  3. Variously_Stated

    Variously_Stated New Member

    May all people who have been affected by the tragedy of this day, from the lives lost, to the lives survived, find peace as time goes on. And may we never forget this history, and instead learn from it.

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