Never Forget: Remembering 9/11 In Photos

I spent the better part of last night looking for an old newspaper I had saved from the morning after 9/11. It had a photo of the burning World Trade Towers on it with people jumping out of windows to escape the fiery furnace that it had become. Just thinking of the horror of that day brings me to tears.

Unfortunately I couldn’t locate the paper, but I do still have these photos that I put on a CD and saved. It’s a tough reminder of what happened that day, but one that we should absolutely never forget:


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