posted on Mar, 8 2004 @ 12:35 PM
I refuse to answer this question on the grounds that I might incriminate myself... oh no, that's my answer to a different question..
I was at work in Ohio. My company has offices all over the world. On this day, we were on a conference call with our Boston office when a co - worker
walked by and said a plane had just hit the WTC. I asked, was it bad weather or foggy that day, thinking it was an accident.
Just a couple of seconds later while on the call with Boston, the GM of that office said, a second plane just hit the other WTC building, we all were
very surprised and worried. We continued on with our conference call, when the plane hit the Pentagon. We decided to cancel the conference call and
check on co-workers in NY and DC.
Here in Ohio where I'm at, was the headquarters for our company at that time, all kinds of calls were coming in from people in NY and DC asking what
we knew about our elevator tehcs and sales people who might have been out in the field.
We had 4-5 people at WTC when the first plane hit, they were evaced and were ok. we had about 15 people at the Pentagon, doing a large job and all
of them reported in okay.
It was a scary day and I went home at 4pm and started watching the new coverage, I remember being very sad.