Michael Bane Remembers September 11
His personal and emotional journey back to New York
From Down Range TV
This week, Down Range Radio is dedicated to the September 11 attacks, a series of four coordinated suicide attacks against the United States in 2001. Ten years later, many Americans still remember clearly the unfolding of horrible events on that day. Planes flying into the World Trade Center; people jumping out of windows more than 100 stories high; thousands of civilians fleeing out of downtown Manhattan by foot: These kinds of images are hard to forget.
Michael Bane went to New York just days after the attack to visit an old friend and to check on a building close to WTC where he used to live. In this edition of DR Radio, he shares his personal and emotional journey back to the chaos in New York after the attacks.
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