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9/11 Everyone was going to work as usual Police officers, patrolling the busy streets of New York, people going to work etc. Thousands and thousands were entering the World Trade Centre

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9/11 Everyone was going to work as usual Police officers, patrolling the busy streets of New York, people going to work etc. Thousands and thousands were entering the World Trade Centre; it feels like a zoo as they stampeded threw the building. Worker crossing the zebra crossing it reminds you of Japan everyone at once trying to cross the road. The two towers are gleaming as the hot sun was shying over them. The towers were stud up high as you stud and the highest point of New York. ...read more.

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The fire-fighters went into the building to save others and find others still inside the building. Minutes later another plane crashed into tower 2 People knew now that the country was under attack. The fire team arrived at the scene. They started to spray ice cold water at the tower; other fire-fighters ran into the building to help others. The fire kept going on and on. Inside the building fire-fighter was trying to find and help others. As they ran past, they saw people who had rich red blood running down their faces. ...read more.

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The phone lines where jammed packed like chickens in a cage, Calls after calls going on and on all morning. After the attack people came out of their cars, and looked up and saw nothing there accept for rubble of rocks. They could smell different smells like the smell of fireworks, hot flaming fire that was dying down, smell of meat from the food stands all mixed into once horrible smell. There could hear crackly sounds from the fire, sparks from the wires from the rubble. Traffic started to build up as more and more cars came to see what has happened. It was like the 5oclock rush hour. Akshay Patel ?? ?? ?? ?? Akshay Patel ...read more.

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