9/11 Tragic Events

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Throughout history there have occurred many tragic events. On Sept. 11, 2001 and Aug. 29, 2005, two unforgettable event have occur, where is will be remember throughout the ages of the United States history. In this essay I¡¯ll be discussing the impact to the life¡¯s and the economic changes in the U.S. On the tragic day of 9/11 a day that will be unforgettable, happen in the pages of American history, the unthinkable happen. The terror stuck the heart of the big apple, New York City, two planes crashed into the world trade center and total chaos occurred, and lives have been lost, and many injured. The terror didn¡¯t end there, other plane hit out nations capital Washington DC, The Pentagon. Thousands of lives were lost in a single morning,

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