Tuesday, September 11, 2012

5 words and 2 numbers

The note that floated from the 84th floor of Two World Trade Center to chaotic streets below and was tenderly preserved as it traveled from hand to hand and through time to reach them.

Denise Scott learned of her husband's message in August 2011, just weeks before the calendar marked a decade since he died in the World Trade Center's collapse.

For those 10 years, his family had believed he probably died instantly when United Airlines Flight 175 flew into the tower, near the floors containing Euro Brokers' offices.

"I spent 10 years hoping that Randy wasn't trapped in that building," Denise, 57, said Friday at her Stamford home with two of her three daughters, Rebecca, 29, and Alexandra, 22, tearfully at her side.

"I thought he was killed instantly," Rebecca said.- [Full]



leelu said...

I'm getting access denied at Fox's server...

leelu said...

...got it here:http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/09/10/chilling-11-note-reaches-family-ten-years-later/?intcmp=trending

Anonymous said...

If this is truly a "war on terror," why aren't we fighting it like it was one? We are wasting the lives of our Loved Ones in Iraq, Afghanistan and those other Third-World Garbage nations. Bring out children home, then blow the F-CK out of what we leave behind.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 2:31 - We haven't fought a war to win it since WW2 and nothing indicates a change in that attitude is coming. In the meantime, the water temperature continues to rise in this pot full of frogs. -- Skyhawker, Doug

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