Fox News reports:
For so many Americans, Sept. 11, 2001, is a day forever seared in their memories. However, many others hardly remember it, because they were so young. Children who were sent home from school that Tuesday morning, but didn’t really understand why, are now becoming adults. They’re graduating high school and getting their first jobs.
For some of them, seeing the spot where terrorists toppled the Twin Towers nearly ten years ago is helping to shape the rest of their lives.
Nicole Welch of Messalonskee, Maine, was in the second grade on 9/11. “We were going out to recess when my teacher told us we were going home because planes hit the World Trade Center.” … READ THE REST