We will for sure, never forget that black day in 2001. And now, 20 years after, I’m matured, but that event has made a special place in my memory and has shaped me and my life tremendously.
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There are so many stories, conspiracy theories, and desperately tries to cover the traces. Though the truth has not been officialized, we all have a much or less sense of what truly happened on that day.
The cold hard facts of what happened on September 11, 2001, can be overwhelming when you look at the data.
“2977 people were killed.
Victims were from age two to 85 years old.
343 firefighters and paramedics died as well as 60 NYPP and Port Authority police officers.
658 of the people who died worked at one company – Cantor Fitzgerald.
291 bodies were found intact.
1609 people lost a spouse or partner in the attacks.
3051 kids lost a parent.
200 funerals were attended by NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani in 2001.”
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But, according to Red Voice Media,
“There was another Rudy who was important on September 11, 2001. His name is Rudy Mastrocinque. From Kings Park, New York, Rudy arrived early at his office in the World Trade Center that morning so he wouldn’t miss any of the soccer goalie clinics he’d be running later that night.
Soccer was something for his kids but Rudy’s quick feet were noticed by a player’s parent and he went on to coach several of the kids’ teams.
Rudy was married to Meryl and at the time had two children, Peter, 11, and Amy, 16. Even though Rudy had what most people would call a stuffy job working as VP for property claims at Marsh & McLennan, Meryl said that he was a very funny guy. Meryl talked him into buying a boat to relax on after long hours at work and he grew to love fishing.
Rudy never made it home.
He was only 43.”
Do you have any other stories like this one, inner details about the people that were killed that day? So that we can remember them as people, not just a number.